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... work long hours in the buddy system that takes them away from their wives and girlfriends for long periods. Like the motorcycles that have made the town world famous, letting off steam is a perfected fine art.
Back in our street, after dark, the neighbouring blocks are now lit by purple neon strips, silhouetting men at each door. Hearts of pink wall-paper cover the bare pay booth to one. Another, with frosted windows, offers a "hyper ...
... after my dad had been. It was our last night. We were back on the subway to another shopping mall to look at some Christmas lights. An avenue of trees on each the side of a road had been decked out in white and blue lights, and we're not talking a couple of trees or a few lights, there were loads of trees and thousands of lights - this was spectacular. We stood staring a while, tried to capture it on camera - no chance, and then went to find some food. Woah!!! Wait a minute, ...
... by a local to give it a miss. In retrospect it would have been better to go some place else.
I had previously arranged to meet up with Kaz in Euno, where he kindly offered to help buy me a SIM card to access data in Japan. After some communication issues at the station, we eventually located each other outside Euno train station. David joined us as we eventually walked down to Ikihabara (known as Electronic Town) to find an electronics store. Kaz led ...
... in the toilet. That is when Mr. Toto came up with the idea of heating the toilet seat so that it would not be so shocking to sit on since it gets very cold in Japan and most houses do not have central heat. That was the beginning of the Toto toilet.
The Japanese love sweets and ice cream. As a result they are always going to the dentist and are always brushing their teeth in public restrooms.
... areas designated non-smoking, and the prominence of smoking in public places, particularly around eating establishments, continues to decline and be put through even harsher restrictions.
With dinner done, and not wanting to set out for any new adventures tonight, because quite frankly we're exhausted, and the tomorrow sees us trekking up into the mountains to Nagano. Should be a very different experience to the crowds and rush of Tokyo.