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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 ...
... at the subway station.
After the first refreshment, we started to walk into the surrounding of the city. First to Shibuya and from there to the Yoyogo park, where we wanted to visit the Meiji Shrine as our first attraction.
In the park we were approached by some young students in their yukata dress who offered a free guiding to the shrine. They have to do this as their home work to ...
... girls drumming in synchronisation dressed in colourful attire. It was crazy, psychedelic, weird, sexy, futuristic and everything in between. Rach even got to go and punch the lights out of a robot in a boxing ring, it was a knockout! It might have been expensive and slightly odd, but I really enjoyed myself and it was a nice way to say goodbye to Yeshi.
With just enough money to get to Western Union and back I prayed it was going to be open. I arrived outside the ...
... so cool, becasue it had pictures of what you might order. We got the noodles for $13.64 for all of us which is 1,398.65 yen. After that we went to our hotel "Narita Tobu Hotel Airport." We stayed 1 night, and it was $61.77 USD. For dinner we went to "Suchi Kyotatsu." We has soup for $15 total 1538.10 yen. After that we went back to the hotel and went to bed.
... the area of town this store was supposed to be in and thought we were headed in
the right direction. We were mostly walking through businesses and banks. All
the people on the street were dressed for the office and we looked a bit out of
place. We ended up passing this random temple, which is actually pretty normal
in Tokyo, which was sandwiched between several office buildings and banks, and
finally spotted Japan Sword, the store we were looking for. ...