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... a butler cafe. Butler cafes cater to women and their fantasies of being a princess. They are very strict on their rules on timing, how to call them (by bell), what can and cannot be photographed, and general proper procedure for a princess and her butler. Not only is it quite a strange experience on its own, it was even stranger with 3 men at our table! I may have to call Barry "My Prince" from now on, haha. Anyways, we ate lunch there and ...
Arrived Narita airport on a chilly morning. Getting on the Nariita express was relatively painless despite big luggage. Caught a glimpse of Fuji from the train. Thought I would be smart and get off at Shibuya, then metro to Higashi-Shinjuku ...... Shibuya is under renovation so many metres and stairs for dragging luggage. After more luggage dragging we found the correct line and got off at Higashi_Shinjuku. We take the wrong choice of exit and face a further 100 metre walk to ...
... painless, our seats were the bulkhead seats in the front of the first car, and I wasn't feeling brave enough yet to violate our seat assignments (even though the train was almost empty). Took it in stride.
When we got to Ueno, we switched to a cab. I hailed one and showed him the address of where we were going and he politely indicated to me that it would cost too much for us ...
... the main street but if you venture in to the side and back streets, it's really quaint and has a chilled vibe.
Back on the last train of our day bound for home. We stopped at our local for a quick Katsudon before attempting to pack our bags in readiness for our departure tomorrow.
Both of us forgot to put on the pedometer so no idea how many steps but my feet are feeling like it was more than ...
... and tasted like regular boiled eggs, but cost more. April 5 ( Friday): Tsukiji Fish Market, Hachiko Statue & Gonpachi Today was our best day in Tokyo. We left the hotel with two other tour couples (Kathy & Jan and Amy & Manny) and headed for the subway to take us to the famous Tsukiji Fish Market. It was quite an experience figuring out which subway line to take, but we made it. The fish market was okay, but the best part was that I bought two knives and ...
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