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... lightning hair listening and dancing to rock n roll music from an old school stereo. A weird sight indeed! We moved on to the rest of the western style park with fountains and a large stretch of grass perfect for picnicking or laying around on a sunny afternoon. We passed by some hippy drummers happily drumming away and a few meters away a weird group of Japanese Lolita girls singing off-tune pop songs to their single male fan! After Yoyogi we headed to Shibuya for our last ...
... the plane, then stand should to shoulder to wave us off! With the time difference it is nearly 4pm when we arrive in Tokyo where we are met by a local travel agency rep, who gets us onto the Friendly Limousine airport bus and takes us to our hotel. There she hands over vouchers for our return bus and the two trips we have arranged and we head up to our small but fine room and unpack for the last time!
We try to find out from the concierge the name of any ...
... to have more children. I wanted to reach out to her and heal her as you could tell that this was something that haunted her. It gave me a completely different understanding an insight to the attention the children were getting in China.
Anyway, I am supposed to tell you about Japan and Tokyo and our first stop was the Tokyo Tower, which my children had already told me all about as they had learned about it from a Phineus and Ferb episode. (lol) It was great. ...
... play area. On the map, it just said Neko (cat) Bus. We were like, "What?" It turned out that one of the characters is a cat with lots of legs (there's a picture in my Odaiba entry) and it was this giant fluffy, well, neko bus play set! I would have got a photo but there were no photos allowed, but here's someone elses covert video.
Afterwards we met up with some more ...
... in the throng otherwise!
Kimberly and I (and her two dogs, Tatami and Mugi) were soon joined by Eda and William. Eda had brought two slices of lovely sakura flavoured cake, which we added to the chips and cookies to pass around, and William felt bad he'd brought nothing, so went on an expedition for more snacks and drinks. Which is really what hanami is about; you sit down, admire ...
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