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... lit brightly by restaurant signs. Lots to choose from, most of which we weren't sure of though! We decided to give the expat looking bar a miss and headed up some stairs to a traditional looking Japanese restaurant to give it a try. Unfortunately though it was fully booked, god know why on a Wednesday night!! It was ok though as the local place over the road looked nice too. We walked in to a place with a central bar/server area with tables round the outside, ...
... that made weird looking snacks. I quite enjoyed the rice bun filled with red bean paste and chestnut paste. Not so keen on the sticky clag ball covered in salty syrup! Lunch was tuna sashimi with miso soup and tofu. Then we walked all over the world to the Sky Tree Tower, a building made only a bit taller than the Eiffel Tower. The shopping complex attached to ...
... I am so happy to be here! In the airport all the staff were so cute a friendly. Everyone is so softly spoken, doing their cute gesturing towards where you should go. In the airport I bought my first Japanese Starbucks, and the staff drew a cute face on the cup! I took the high speed Keisi skyliner from the airport to Ueno to meet my glorious friend Nils, who now lives in Tokyo. When I was on the train I realised the ticket lady had only sold me a ...
... platter as well as some salmon and rice. Unlike any other sushi we've had, definitely a must if you're in Tokyo. In the afternoon we walked through Ueno Park which houses many museums. We visited the National Museum of Art which was fantastic, the screen paintings and kimonos were my particular favourites. Next stop was Akihabara, known as 'electric city' it is full of electronics and everything wonderfully geeky. Fulfilling another Japanese fantasy we find ...
... you wet, two girls come running by with towels that you can use to dry off with. That's a nice touch. After the show we walked around the aquarium and saw the manta rays, huge crabs and then we saw the sea lion show. Kylie bought a dolphin souvenir in the gift shop. In the same building as the aquarium they had a some other rides. Kylie and I rode the pirate ride which is a big boat that goes back and forth higher and higher. We were the only two in it. ...
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