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One of things that is on the list of to do for Tokyo is the Tsukiji Fish Markets. Guess how we got there? Yes by train! They are fantastic markets, heaps of food. The actual wholesale fish section is closed to the public. If we had wanted to go see this, we'd have to get up at 4 to get tickets. Sorry, not that keen. We spent time looking at all the stalls. Scott got an eggy thing which they make by cooking layer upon layer of fine egg to build up a bit block- tamagoyaki. It ...
... coin or two in the box, clap your hands twice (to get the attention of the gods, so a book I read indicated), bow, pray. There was even a big gong to ring with a huge, thick rope afterward.
Food, shopping, back to Kashiwa, time for more food. Tripadvisor recommended a ramen place close to the hotel. I could actually read the name Himuro ...
... without Makoto, to the Sky Tree we stumbled across the office building for the Tokyo branch of the Walt Disney Channel. We rolled in, took a few pictures of the huge figures there, and went on to the Tree.
Unfortunately, we didn’t time our arrival there quite right. Part of the reason for this was the fact that Japan doesn’t have summer time. The sun starts going down at around five this time of year, and sets within half an hour. By the time we were at the tower it ...
... to witness. The sport is steeped in rituals and tradition. The ring, called a dohyo is considered sacred and spectators are asked to not go near it before, during and even after the event. I've included a few videos to hopefully give you a sense of the event. Watching the strategies of the wrestlers, I learned that one strategy is to secure the handles of the opponents ...
... the first trip.
Over an hour before opening time we boarded the courtesy bus from the hotel to the Disneyland gates, and already there were thousands of people patiently queuing, as the Japanese love to do.
Having already bought tickets, we patiently queued too, for the better part of an hour.
At 10am on the dot the gates opened, and the sea of people burst through the dam of the ticket scanning and ...
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