Chisun Inn Kamata
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... to the electronic city. There was a lot of anime, video games, and electronics. We were there for 15 minutes then left because everything closed at 9pm. We made our way to the JR station (which was the wrong station). Then a really nice engineer guy (who has traveled to US) took us all the way to another station and told us how to get back. He was very, very kind and short. He said people help him back at home (US) so this was how he was returning the ...
... surfer paddling out (usually a bad sign for kiters as the 2 sports don't usually mix well). Aside from him, the beach was deserted and a bit spooky. The wind was cold and it made me suspect the water might be less than 50F. Add to that the giant power line running just behind the relatively narrow beach, my lack of local knowledge regarding currents/tides, daylight fading fast and a fairly angry looking set of 3 breaks that would be enough to dissuade almost ...
... controlled by the three women sat on them. It was all utterly hilarious and well worth it, you had to be there to believe it. The common theme of robotics was also matched by scantily clad women!! After the bonkers 2 hours was finished we grabbed a few photos on the way out as we talked to a ****** Aussie. The whole conversation couldn't have been longer than 2 minutes but he had already invited us for dinner together. He was a nice guy but thankfully ...
The place for young trendy girls to go on a Sunday afternoon, is Takeshita street, so naturally the place is crammed with young trendy boys and a sizeable quantity of occidental tourists who come to check out the crowded shops and ally ways. And crowded it was, although in all my time here I have never ...
... and super fun. The scariest bit was when it was pitch black, and we went over a waterfall...awesome!...then you went up the hill, and went down, down and under the thorns - splash into the water at the bottom - we got soaked!!!
We then did a couple more Cars and Star Tours rides, and eight hours had gone just like that. We jumped onto the train to go back to Tokyo for our last night.