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... you can purchase a tablet and write a personal prayer of your own, so of course I had to! We also had the great fortune to walk up to the main shrine just before a couple was entering to pray. I'm not sure what they did differently to be allowed in, but they followed the same ritual as everyone else, just did so inside and with branches of some kind. The gong was also sounded, which was a very intense moment (see ...
... easy to get around Japan as on all the major routes things are written in English. The app will work out a route for you, tell you the platform numbers, the exact timings with various alternatives and show you which routs are free with the Japanese rail pass.
We ate that night in the Tokyo Grand, meeting quite a few fellow cruise goers, and enjoyed the meal because in Japan you can order a 'set' which comes as a few small attractive dishes that are quite fun to open and ...
... the station and bought our ticket, only to find out we actually had to get a train and then a bus to the airport because it was a different terminal, and the trains only run every half an hour and the journey would take at least an hour. We had an agonising wait for the train as we had just missed one, and calculated that if everything ran on time and in our favour, we might get there just as our check-in desk closes- THIS WAS SO STRESSFUL! We stood up the whole way on the train ...
... later, we emerged at Tsukiji.
Tsukiji station is only a few blocks from the fish market, so we followed the crowds, and were soon wandering through the dirty, cluttered, crowded corridors of the outer market.
If you read any of the Tokyo guidebooks, or the majority of the Tsukiji market reviews floating around, they paint a picture of a vibrant, energetic and fascinating hive of activity, where all manner of delicious seafood is laid out to temp ...
... city) during Second World War. Most of the city has been newly build on the ashes. SALVADOR CAFE (Ginza) Next stop was Ginza district. It is south from Tokyo station. On the way to Ginza we walked through business area of Tokyo. There is many European restaurants and one place that we can recommend to look for. Salvador cafe is nice cozy and modern cafe with free WiFi. They excellent coffee and Italian Foccatia and sandwiches. But those not things you should come ...
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