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... now. "Is this a McEmergency?" I ask. "Not even close" she says. We had a great second day in Tokyo which included visits to the Imperial Palace (where the royalty still live), Meiji Shrine (the most important shrine in Tokyo), the almost 800' high Ropponghi Observatory (where you could see both of the aforementioned sights from, as well as most of Tokyo), Shibuya Crossing (one of the busiest intersections in the world, with pedestrians crossing at all angles; it resembled ...
We took the Hyatt Regency shuttle bus to take us to the hotel and checked into the hotel to our king room while Lorry and Geoff had a twin room. Seems their room only had two single beds rather than two queen beds so they had to change rooms.
Planned to meet at our room but L&G had been knocking on our door to meet with us but they had the wrong room! Ended up meeting them in the lobby and caught the bus back ...
... an intimidating and complicated map to read! I was at a lost. I was looking at stops the subway was stopping at and they weren't showing up on my map! I thought I was already lost so early on my trip. I look to my right and there was a woman going over some papers that were written half in english and the other half in Japanese, I figured she was some kind of english teacher, to my left there's a young guy in a suit reading some ...
... the park until we ended up in Harajuku.
Harajuku was heaving with people, alot of young Japanese people with some crazy fashions!! There were shops everywhere and the main street for shopping was quite narrow with a comedy name - Takeshite Street hehehe!!
There seemed to be a craze for a crepe with cream and fruit and other things all rolled up so Anthony decided he had to partake in the craze!!
It was around lunchtime after a bit ...
... thought it would be a great photo op to be seen licking the head of a frozen tuna. Hopefully he was immediately sterilized so he could not reproduce, but it did result in very strict roped off areas for tourists to now watch the auctions. We couldn't figure out who was bidding, and what they were buying, but we enjoyed the thought that, in this land of automation and technology, the sushi being served up at lunch counters all over Tokyo was bought and delivered via ...
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