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The trip to Tokyo, via Dubai wasn't nearly as bad as I feared. On the second leg I sat next to a charming young, Japanese doctor, widely travelled and very chatty. The service on Emerates was far better than on our trip to Vietnam, so no complaints this time. Once food had been served at 3am Dubai time, a curious mix of rice, scrambled egg and minced chicken, the ...
... that I had the heater we bought in Nagasaki packed in there. Once at security I put my stuff on the belt and then actually beeped going through the metal detector. Something tells me they were beefing up security that day because never has any of this happened on my other flights within Japan. Not only did I beep but the next three people did as well. I actually can't recall seeing anyone beep before as they've passed through.
I finally got to my gate and was relieved that ...
... the area of town this store was supposed to be in and thought we were headed in
the right direction. We were mostly walking through businesses and banks. All
the people on the street were dressed for the office and we looked a bit out of
place. We ended up passing this random temple, which is actually pretty normal
in Tokyo, which was sandwiched between several office buildings and banks, and
finally spotted Japan Sword, the store we were looking for. ...
... we were all shopped out, we headed to Shibuya to see the Shibuya crossing and had a drink in the world's busiest Starbucks (probably) so that we could enjoy the view - which was brilliant, especially as it was raining so you could just see millions of umbrellas swarming across this busy street. Then we went for tea and now are back at the hotel and about to try this chocolate squirrel thing-I'll try post a picture of this too. It looks ...
... character. The other guys left shortly as they were staying further away than we were and wanted to get back while the metro was still running. So that left 2 of us and we went to a larger karaoke bar between the Golden Gai and the main Shinjuku streets. It had a jukebox like system for the karaoke and 2 freehold mics which would be passed around. It was a very packed, friendly bar full of a mix of Japanese, ex-pats and a few tourists. We had a great time, murdered some karaoke, I did ...
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