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... between two stations might be 500m or 2.5 km) Then buying the tickets: there are several different companies, which all require different tickets. So if you want to transfer, probably you need yo buy a new ticket, because it is a new company. Buying the tickets in itself is already a pain. You pay per distance, so you have to figure out how much to pay to go to station X, but the map is only in Japanese :( So lots of character-comparing ...
... 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 ...
... seen quite a lot of "suits" getting happy wandering the streets, letting their hair down, which is great!
We got to the train station, and it was a little busier than we thought it would be, but definitely not as bad as earlier in the evening. We got a seat, and had an hour trip home. Wish we had longer in Tokyo, as we only got a glimpse of the city, and couldn't really experience it properly, but one day we will be back!
... three students, but only one had shown up -- maybe the others had got caught in the rain and decided not to come. We were sitting at the table, doing drills to practice the difference between, "This is a clock," and "That is a door," when we felt the building start to shake slightly. My student and I looked at each other, then around the classroom to see what was moving. The shaking got stronger -- at this very ...
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