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Travel Blogs from Shinagawa
... the city and subway of one of the largest cities in the world, with nothing more than courage and a Japanese phrase book.
The port was very organised for passengers with tourist information, currency exchange and plenty of shuttle buses so we jumped on a bus bound for Shinagawa Station, where we planned to get to Asakusa, an older part of Tokyo with an Edo era feel, and the Tokyo Skytree, the world's tallest TV Tower.
Think of Sydney ...
... love, Love in losing, Family and love and Love beyond. Issi and I said our goodbyes to our new friend and went to the Shinjiku Gardens and strolled around eating only the finest frozen mandarins. Our last day in Japan began with a 5am start to make it to the Tsukiji Fish Markets, where the freshest and largest fish are auctioned off. We had sashimi caught that morning for breakfast. I was brave enough to try sea urchin and eel...however that will be the first ...
... the local fish market but were too late to witness the tuna auction which generates over £11 million in sales each day, making it the biggest fish market in the world! After a trip to Sony HQ to see the up and coming gadgets we then went to Akihabara, the electric town where you can find anything electronic you could ever want. If electricals aren’t your thing then you can visit one of the ‘Maids ...
... hours before my flight and am able to get online and check my emails. I am the only one here. I sleep for about 3 or 4 hours, sprawled out across three seats. When I wake up, I walk upstairs and order some ramen noodles to take with the antibiotics and then board the plane. My international trip is officially over.
It's kind of sad, but I am also glad to be headed home. I can't really say that I ever got homesick or that I truly wanted to go home until now.
... 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 ...
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