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... In fact, we saw more foreigners than Japanese. That was worrisome - damn tourists! Oh, the irony, we know... However, here in Japan touristy or not, that doesn't necessarily mean what you might expect in the states. It seems here in Japan foreigners are appreciated. In fact, I think the Japanese actually like sharing their unique culture and cuisine with those that want to experience it. In short, I am feeling grateful and quite humbled after another amazing day in Japan.
... was sectioned off from smoking by two measly pieces of plastic that were about 4tf apart. Apparently they haven't heard of second hand smoke. When you walk anywhere outside though, people are not allowed to smoke when they walk and there are designated smoking areas with ash trays everywhere outdoors. Everything is so clean here. Tokyo is a major hub around the world so naturally I pictured it similar to a New York or a London, but all the streets here look untouched. They don't ...
... being transported into a fancy restaurant. We had a lovely meal,
sashimi and tempura, of which I did take pictures. Happy now, foodporn-requesting
people? So, thank you Devan Manickam, Ashley Hau Yi and daughter Keighlin (did I
get that right?) for letting me join you on your quest to find this amazing
sashimi dive and helping me remember to take foodporn pictures.
Heading out to the Mori Art Museum I needed to head to Roppongi, an area
known for ...
... had signs warning against using the toaster and microwave at the same time. Or the kettle and the hairdryer. You'd be surprised how frequently these combinations actually occur, leaving somebody in darkness in the shower.
For the last day in Tokyo, I ditched the guidebook's recommendations and instead visited some more unusual attractions in my local area, Asakusa. Cue the World Bag and Luggage Museum which is surprisingly ...
... that my natural call is more frequent than most of the normal folks. Really gotta check my kidney function some day. One thing to be cautioned of when taking budget airline is: be way ahead of time. My boarding pass says boarding time is 2:00 pm. When I reached the gate at 1:40, it is already "Final Call"? Seriously!? Yes, seriously. Lucky there's not much to shop and browse in the LCC Airport or else probably would be the final passenger on board and ...