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... thousands of people walking by. I tried to capture a street crossing but a picture doesn't really do it justice. They are wide, super wide, probably 30-50 people across, and when the walk sign turns green it becomes a mass of inter mingling people.
I ended up in Shibuya, which really, to me, looks just like Shinjuku. 6 stories building with a restaurant on every floor, The signs on the outside indicate which restaurant is which, to me it means nothing of course, so ...
We didn't do much today, so I'll keep it brief and won't bore you. After a lazy start, Hannah woke up with a childish excitement. It was snowing. My instant reaction was to make some coffee and stay in, Hannah's was a litte different. By 9 we were out, having packed mainy for Australia, I didn't feel well prepared. I thought it would never settle, it seemed too wet, I ...
... is done by an automated machine that even let's you select your exact seat!! The cinemas are much like ours at home but somewhat more comfy. We absolutely loved The Hobbit! When we got out o the cinemas we realized that we only had one hour to catch two trains and make it home before the whole subway shut down. We made it no dramas - and were quite surprised to see the number of people still out and about at 11pm. We got home at midnight ...
... we are ready to order we need to raise our hands into cat paws and meow. What kind of place is this?
Meow meow…meow meow...the waitress comes over and soon we receive our order of Pikachu coffee and bunny rabbit / some form of animal ice cream…we eat away, never relaxed, but very exhilarated at the sheer weirdness of the place. We pay (£50 for coffee and one ice cream for the 3 of us) and see what else the city has to offer. We make it to ...
... Shinjuku station it hit me how much I had forgotten about this place......
Tokyo is a complete assault on all senses the first time you exit the station...Neon, noise, people..and just so much of...everything that after awhile you find yourself simply scanning through the masses to find what you need....because you cant possibly take everything in at once. One thing that surprised me - was the number of *****ians here. ...