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Today is my last day in Japan and I can't believe it! Although I'm excited to see my family and friends, I am going to miss being here. It feels like I've only been here for a week. Yesterday was by far one of the best days of the trip for me because of going to DisneySea and eating a wonderful last dinner with my girl friends. Although I love Disneyland, I decided to go see DisneySea because there isn't one ...
... with over 200 small bars and eateries. Most places are very small, seating only a few customers, and typically cater to a few regular customers. A few of the bars openly welcome foreign guests with signs and menus set outside listing prices in English.
To escape the mayhem we wander into Shinjuku Gyoen Gardens.. Entry fee 200 Yen/ AUD$2
One of Tokyo's largest( 143 acres!) and most pleasant parks ...
... place that was almost a Japanese version of West Elm, if they also sold clothes, and spent a few minutes in the fanciest North Face store we had ever seen (apparently they have an upscale “lifestyle” line that this store is dedicated to) and lots of other fun ones that rounded out our afternoon nicely. Along the way we had to track down a Nike store as well because Bree’s pair that she brought with her had finally come to the end of the road. Luckily ...
... to name a few. After several hours examining all kinds of strange devices we returned to our hotel to search for a dinner spot. We decided to explore the business district of Ginza as it was said to have lots of fabulous eateries. Walking among the restaurant lined streets we were actually surprised to see how many international dinning options were available. What we were really craving was sushi. After some searching we were able to ...
... I met earlier in the year at a backpackers in L.A., just happened to live in Ueno, a few stations down from Asakusa station (closest to our hostel). Helpful and multilingual (English, French, Japanese) he was great fun to chill out with.
Chau: Friend of Kaz from Vietnam, Chau spoke English fairly well and Japanese fluently. She had a friend who lives in Perth that she thought I might know (she must have thought Perth was a small town!).
Petter & ...
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