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... boys in nappies. Marius friend wants to go on a date with someone she's met. We agree but he doesn't want to!. We go back to the hostel and after a bit decide to go back to shin juju to get some food. There are fireworks going off when we're on the train, it's like something out if a film, speeding through Tokyo with fireworks flashing in the background. We eat Thai. NIt's Thai. Then it's home before the wretched ...
... with what we saw 14 years ago. For example:
. Travelling by subway or train (JR line) is now much easier than before because there are more signs in English and so we do not have to spend an hour in front of the panels trying to guess what they say. People generally speak more English but communication is still a challenge.
. One of Japan's biggest attractions is its cuisine. We love the food here and ...
... like Okonomiyaki. But it was fun and that is more important. After this great meal, we went to the Yoyogi park. A nice walk in the park will be welcome to digest. The park is quite popular amongst the tourists.
Well the afternoon goes quite fast and it is time to go to Shibuya. Just in case you don't know, this is where you have the massive crossroad overcrowded. It is just outside the station. you cannot miss it. ...
... is the Japanese equivalent of the French croissant, in the fact that it is infinitely better in its country of origin - no matter where you have a croissant in the World, it just doesn't compare to one baked in France by a French baker, with all other croissants in the World merely pretenders to the throne. There is a true art to sushi and quite often, like any other Japanese profession, it's not a matter of years to attain proficiency, but decades. It takes ...
... br> this little Japanese man comes up to us and asks if we would like to see inside
and promptly unlocks the door for us and opens the shop. We didn’t ask him, but
we assumed he had just closed for the day and noticed us looking and opened up
for us. We’re not sure if he was the owner or just an employee. We found this
beautiful green traditional tea pot that was handmade. We fell in love with it
and bought it on the spot. After that we ...
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