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... of us had eaten yet. We stopped off at the supermarket level of the shopping centre and just had to check it out. It was unlike anything that I have ever seen before, hundreds of stalls, each looking like it's own deli department, littered around every turn. We initially found ourselves in the sushi section and everything looked incredibly tempting, then moved into the cooked meat section, again wanting to eat everything, and then into the fresh seafood section where again we ...
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 ...
... went up the river and instead of heading on a train, walked around to Ebisu. Lots of very cool shops - not too many outrageously dressed peeps in this hood, but definitely cool. In the evening we had some very tasty Japanese omelette in Meguro
Things I have noticed so far: looooots of French references, often random, like a grocery store that means condoms in French! I knew there were a lot of stairs but I really can't see how easy it would be for ...
So although I'm really glad we went, next time I plan on (aside from having money of course!), trying some Japanese food that’s not sushi because though we had proper sushi, we didn’t have any other Japanese food; and I’d want to do at least a day trip to Mount Fuji too!
So Tokyo on a shoestring can be done – so long as your hotel is paid for and you can steal bread rolls and jam at breakfast!!
Love to all!! ...
Frankly, the first time I saw Awa Odori, it was when I was going home to Kichijouji and I heard all this music during the Koenji stop. I got out the next station, got the train back to Koenji and watched the parade until it was over. This was 2 days before my flight back home in 2008. It was very appropriate timing that this years Awa Odori in Koenji and Yoyogi was two days before we went home as well.