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... guess is the dragon was blessing the local businesses. Regardless it was a cool thing to witness and needless to say Will loved it. A little bit later we were sampling delicious steamed buns with soup inside when a Japanese woman came up to me. She was pointing at me then her. She seemed to recognize me but I couldn't place her. I looked myself over to see if something was wrong. She opened her jacket to reveal her dirndl--it was the hostess from Oktoberfest. At ...
... car, about 15 people in a car. We got a fabulous view of the mountain. The glare from the glass ruined any good pictures so I just had a great time looking at the mountain.
I just have to mention something else real quickly. My psychology professor was on this trip as well and he was with his wife. They happened to get onto the same cable car as me. On the cable car, when we came out of the station and the mountain first appeared to us, everyone in the car was ...
... the Starbucks franchise. I ordered a Caramel Pudding Frappucino and went up for the view. Besides a view, the drink also got me a brainfreeze. They always start off as things you think you want as you slurp away at your ice-cold beverage, but then when the brainfreeze actually hits and you can’t do anything about it you simply sit there, pinching the bridge of your nose, and regretting every single decision you’ve ever made up until the point that led you to the ...
... minutes after arriving to get back to Tokyo. I am gutted but we can't say we didn't try and perhaps next time I will hike to the top instead.
Later that evening Rach and I made our way to Tokyo station to get the Shinkansen bullet train, which broke the already broken bank, but we had no other options as we were running out of time. It was indeed a speedy train reaching 300km/hr and comfortable too meaning both of us nodded off, luckily waking for our stop.
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... and rice cooker. I felt quite surprised to find out that all appliances of Japanese brands sold in Japan are 'made in Japan'!! This is quite interesting! I didn't know this before I came here.
It's hot as expected, but the hilly terrain in Tokyo was not. I thought it'd be more plain, but it turns out that there are many hills and clines/saka坂 in Tokyo. Walking much is normal, up and down the hills.