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... all over the streets trying to get you to their establishments. I enjoyed just walking around, checking out all the street excitement and hoping into random stores. I was a little dissappointed though because I was told this is where you could see a LOT of people dressed up weird and crazy and I did not see much of that at all. Just mostly a lot of tourists, tech enthusiasts and hobbyists out enjoying their Saturday.
Next I walked ...
... we actually found some cool nerd stuff for us and some friends. But because the rain did not stop after some time we decided to get back to the hostel to get dry.
In the evening we had an appointment with Lenggi and Irčne, who were also in Tokyo now. We decided not to let it end like the last time, because apparently none of us could enjoy the day after our metal evening like we have could. So we searched for a restaurant and ate something together, then we went looking for ...
... is earthquake
territory of renown.. the sheer size of Tokyo is mind boggling 15 million
people, and these elevated, to great heights in places, roadways , criss
crossing the sea and the city, but no frantic traffic at all, as is Japan, very
sedate so that helps… I think traffic in the city is not an option with parking
and the logistics of it all.. Our first destination The Imperial Palace, and so
central city, but as we progressed we ...
... so I have it before I leave for the airport. Love the attention. I am now a confirmed Ritz kind of guy. We calmed down, had a small snack in the Premier lounge at the Keio. ( yes we are Premier class here too) and headed for the Oriental Market where one could get some nice souvenirs that are not cheapos. We got a wood block print from 1859 of a Japanese scene. This is what H was hoping to get as a trip souvenir. We ...
... it's free. It's at Yotsuya Sanchome on the red Maronouchi line, take exit 2. Ordering coffee on our first day was an adventure...make sure you know some Japanese words unless you are planning on only eating in a chain store like Starbucks or Burger King. Brooke survived on bread for the first couple of days. Arigato (thank you) is a must learn word. I'm in love with the toilets in Japan...heated seats and a bit of a squirt at the start...something for the new house perhaps ...