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... Attractions there?
Well, the name says it all - kitchenware town.
All the shops there sells everything (I mean everything!!) related to food, restaurants & kitchen.
It's very convenient, one place with every kitchenware stuffs that you need, so many things that you can choose.... just bring your cash - most of the shops accept cash only. Kaching!!
Since there are so many ...
... it is a bigger park, and it felt like we did a lot more walking today, but I'm not sure if it is a bigger park, simply better designed to handle and disburse the crowds, or whether it simply wasn't as crowded as Disneyland yesterday, but whatever it was, today's crowd levels were very acceptable.
On the way to even more rides, we came across more characters, where Isabelle did her trick of slipping through the crowds to the front, and ...
... hotel, my friend was already up. We had our snack and I told him we are going to Odaiba.
Odaiba (5:00+ PM)
Initially we planned to visit Tokyo Tower and leave Odaiba for the next Saturday; but since we were actually around 2 hours early of our schedule, I thought that we could get over with Odaiba since it's a bit geographically out of the way. We could visit Tokyo Tower on Monday evening since we didn't have anything planned for that ...
... on to the next stage of my trip!
In Japans the cars are driving on the left side of the street. You might say "Duh, didn't you know that?" (Well it is probably the kind of thing I would say, but if in fact I DIDN't know that)... Well it turns out that driving on the left has tons of other consequences, everybody's symmetry gets inverted too. You have someone coming your way on the sidewalk and want to step aside? ...
... Dept Store basement where the Tokyo Food Show houses just about every delight one could imagine. Gorgeous seafood, delicious cakes, traditional sweets and marbled meaty delights are hawked by vendors trying to get the attention of the passing ...