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Today marked the start of the second half of our Japan adventure. It was our last day in Tokyo and we took it pretty easy, sleeping in and then heading to Shibuya for a look at the busiest pedestrian intersection in the world and a chance for the girls to have a bit of a shop around. It was just about lunch time by the time we reached Shibuya so we looked around, without success, for a sushi train. Jess asked a shop assistant where we could get sushi ...
... a toilet I saw had controls along the side. They were on an arm of the toilet. One button played music for you while you sat. The other controls were for adjusting the water temperature as it sprayed you from underneath. You can even adjust the angle you get sprayed. The Japanese are amazing in their technology. Often the bathroom light comes on when you open the door.
I will pull my curtain shut and go to sleep now.
... the hotel together with some local wine. The next day (Saturday) we ended up back at Odaiba to see the shopping centres that were closed from the previous Tuesday when we went, and hooray they were open today :) The first one, Venus Fort, has an interior like Venice Italy, and it was so nice to see. Some photos are included in this entry. They had some great sales on, but we decided to wait until Hong Kong for our shopping. One thing we did see, was Helly Kitty world, which we thought ...
... conveyor belt 1 and a half hours past where I could not contact Wataru, I was a little concerned wondering is he would still be there. I stroll through customs and all that and there is Wataru waiting for me, its so good to see him again. and im really glad to have somone to meet me on my arrival. We then grab up all my stuff and head off to find my Hotel in Asakusa. Thank god Wataru is here because these trains here are ...
through my stay at Fukushima, I got the news that my travel companion for my
travel through Japan had cancelled his trip. I then mentally prepared to
undertake the journey alone.
analysed the terrain, the trains and the schedule of my travel well in advance.
Although I had a written dictionary of Japanese words in my rucksack, I
preferred not to use it.
I left for