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... around three sides of the building that towered over almost everything in sight. There were just a couple of buildings nearby of a similar height, but they were on the fourth side!
The views over flat and never ending Tokyo were outstanding. Jane described it as like looking at flames in a fire. You can just sit there looking at it for ages and never get bored. Despite nothing really happening.
Everybody was dressed extremely smartly, I was so glad ...
... It was very popular to get in with a line going out the door but well worth it! we even bought a postcard and face washer with our favourite japanese kitty printed on it 'Kinoko'.
We are having a reasonable early night tonight (sunday) as we are embarking on an epic mission to go to Osaka tomorrow to visit the Universal Studio's theme park which has a replica of Hogwarts from Harry Potter amongst other things so more from me when I'm back!
... told us a Japanese story about a secret. He said that when children ask their parents or grandparents why things are the way they are and they don't have an answer, they simply say 'it's a secret' of course, his version of the story was much more eloquent, but it was entertaining and we all had a good laugh about it. Besides the food being absolutely amazing, Yasuda of course was a huge part of the experience. He was charming and spoke English very well-lived in New York for years, ...
... After a quick stop at the hotel, it is time to plan what and where we will get dinner for tonight. Few things came in mind: shibuya, ginza, ropongi, but it looked a bit far for tonight so we decided to go somewhere closer. From shinjuku station to the hotel, we take the JR line: Chuo Line. This line goes along a river there is quite a lot of small restaurants. So we deceided to go for Ichigaya which is an old Residential and Business district. Well we ...
... you get a bird's eye view of the crowds. Its an amazing sight and equally amazing are the neon signs and video screens lighting up the night sky. Its a mad experience, such a contrast to the great temples of Japan. In the midst of the cities you will see a shrine or a temple, just to serve as a reminder as to where you are.
Again the train journey was busy back to Ueno, sardines come to mind!