Dormy Inn Express Asakusa
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... ages, which was quite interesting. It was fun to see some of the old things we recognised from when we were kids. Then there were a few floors of new technology such as a drone and new cameras, TVs, consoles and laptops. You could try some of them out which was fun.
We had lunch back in Harajuku again at the gluten-free cafe. Mike had a disgustingly sweet crepe with bananas, chocolate and cream and I got some picnic bits which I then ate in the park. We ...
... well and then headed for the train. The rice triangles ended up being delicious and just what we needed to get through the train ride. However we may have over calculated our “other” purchases because by the time we reached the Tokyo station we were full and that meant that our last meal in japan had sadly enough come from a convenience store rather than some fresh sushi or amazing ramen. Oh well, truth be told we had already enjoyed amazing experiences in ...
... time, no eye contact, peeps keeping to themselves, no PDA in public, quiet voices in cafés. The Americans would find life very difficult here. The order and efficiency is brilliant I must say. Glen got onto the metro today and the 3 of us didn't make it through the doors. In fact Harley nearly lost an arm....in 4 minutes we were with him again on the next train. We would wait 40 minutes at home! We did have a few funny encounters today. Harley ...
The final destination of my trip. Well I may make a couple of small side trips but I'll be mainly based in Tokyo for the next eight days. The train here was straight forward, two and half hours with no changes. When I got to Shinjuku it was just a matter of using a machine to get a Pasmo card (like an Oyster card in London) and I was able to jump on a train to Ueno where ...
... Whilst there’s much to be said for whether or not this type of anti-mainstream ideology has actually become mainstream in its own right, it was still lovely to walk through Harajuku and see people living their lives how they see fit. The fashion was incredible and I spent most of my time in Harajuku trying to withstand the overwhelming pull of so many accessory shops whilst also attempting not to stare at every pair of amazing shoes I saw walk past ...