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... of the JR train at Ikebukuro, we travelled 2 stops together on the metro to Gokokuji. It's important to have a meeting place at the train stations in Japan, as they are crowded and massive. Having blonde curly hair and towering over most of the men and women here, doesn't mean you will be spotted at any time of the day or night. Rina was at Gokokuji metro waiting for us and we enjoyed a trip to the local supermarket for Japanese beer, to enjoy with our ...
... sides but we stopped only on one of them; on the other side we encountered a poor fox who seemingly wanted to follow us to the end of the world. Probably been feeded by the other visitors - don't feed wild animals! They'll just get sugar addicted and start chasing everyone like that fox did with us. So unneccessary. Back to the car rental, airport and the rest is history. Today I have a lot to take care of. Hopefully I'll get it all done on ...
... Japanese gardens is that they are designed to encompass all aspects of the country in one place. That means there's a waterfall, stones to represent all the islands of Japan and flowers from each season. We had one pitstop point where we all got these amazing waffle cookies filled with chocolate and ice cream.
The last time we were in Ginza, we didn't have the time to stop at the Sony building, so since the garden is right by it, we headed over there ...
... but it's really not. I wonder how much yen Japanese millionaires have!?
From Narita I had to take a bus to another airport called Haneda so I could get on ANOTHER plane to Okayama. This is my record for the most hours spent on a plane and most places travelled in over 24 hours. Let's recap where I have been since Friday March 27th.
State College to Harrisburg
Harrisburg to Chicago
Chicago to Tokyo ...
On day 8 of my Japanese adventure I was sick. On day nine of my Japanese adventure I was still sick and as we had to leave the apartment in Tokyo, my mum took me to the hospital to get me better for the train journey. At the hospital they put me on drips and sugar for 2 hours. When it was finished I was up and at it again and my dad said it was a brand new me! When ...