Chisun Inn Kamata
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... of similar products and markets in the laneways behind. It was a bit of fun and I found some socks with five toes for Chloe to wear with her thongs. She is going to laugh!
All this was done in a jumble of pedestrian traffic as we were all juggling umbrellas above and below every other umbrella around you. And let me just say, the japanese pop up an umbrella in a flash. They are not fond of getting any water ...
... were interesting and substantial (I may have a picture to put here when I figure it out), with unlimited drinks as well - there was enough to keep both of us suitably content. So at about 11.30pm, we arrived in Japan! We negotiated our way on to the correct metro with a little help and eventually found a taxi to take us to the hostel. Though the taxi driver spoke no English, and didn't seem that sure he knew where to go, we successfully ...
... on the main floor of this location, which happened to be dedicated to cats. Hurray! We got a kitten-themed Eclair donut, and I spent another 20 minutes gawking at the kitty products. As you move up levels, the products get even more random. There's a stationary level, a fabric and laundry level, a cosmetics level, a home furniture and gardening level, tools and other hardware, toys and costumes, outdoor clothing ...
We started the morning with an early 6.30am breakfast again with Lynne and John. They were meeting Owen at 8.45am for a walking tour of Tokyo. We decided not to go as we had already seen most of where they were going to i.e. Shinjuku, Akihabara and the Meiji Shrine at Harajuku.
We rushed down to Shinagawa Station to collect the Kanto pass from Owen. This allows us unlimited travel on the JR system within Tokyo. We had forgotten that they were meeting at ...
... lost their historical treasures because of that awful war, I mourn the loss of the people lost in that war, but I also mourn the loss of the world's historical treasures. Travel makes you a pacifist!) Wandering through the little shops was great, and the temple was beautiful. The smell of the incense burning before the temple made for one of those moments when you realize you are not in your land any more, and that you are somewhere new and wonderful.