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... Shinagawa from Kawasaki on the Tokaido Line. So we will leave our familiar stomping ground once again at about 2.45pm.
We had another massage booked for 9pm. Once again, the masseur was by himself. I think this massage was more painful than the last one but he did stretch me a lot more. Don't know how Joseph could sleep through it! We told him that we were flying back to "Sydoney" tomorrow. We guessed that he asked us when we were going to be ...
We woke up early, the sun rises early here, 445am to be exact. Now I know why they have the sun shades on the windows here. The breakfast was downstairs and was good. We finished up and then took the shuttle to the Shinjuku Station, which is the busiest train station in the world. It definitely gives Penn Station a run for its money.
We walked around that area and down Shunjuku ...
... is made without water, only using real melon juice, it has a slightly crunchy greenish outer shell and soft orange dough inside, like a real melon. Creamy filling completes the bread nicely, so it definitely has the right to be called "ultimate" melonpan!
Then we walked through Ginza, stared at the crowds and peeked into some pricey shops. Finally we reached Tokyo's famous ...
... it had been a long day for us. It was lucky we did as it took us a while to get back on the metro and would probably have missed the last train back otherwise.
We had wanted to visit the Disney Sea theme park in Tokyo, but due to the bad weather we had been having recently (they had just missed out on another typhoon) we decided it was probably not the best idea. It just means that we definitely need to come back to Japan. Instead we opted ...
... These were then put in little bamboo, boat type plates and dried shaved fish was added with 2 sauces. They were fantastic! Next we made sushi cones from. a selection of salmon, tuna, egg, cucumber, herbs, ground beef and of course rice. Charlotte made and ate 4 or 5 for herself, our host were impressed with her eating. The feast continued with tofu and finely chopped cucumber in rice vinegar, fried chicken, salted fried seaweed plus beer and wine! Max tried ...