Funabashi Grand Hotel
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... adaptor plugs and SD card holders. I ran out of space to store my used cards. Joseph bought yet another stylus for the phone and iPad. It is so much cheaper just to use your finger.
We went to the basement level of the Atre Shopping Centre again to buy some gyoza for lunch. As we were leaving, we bumped into the girl who served us yesterday. She was just starting her shift. We told her that we were going back to Sydney but she didn't understand us. I had to flap my ...
... were stores selling things that looked like children's toys but were filled with adults fawning over the stuffed animals and random fluffy objects that obviously meant something in Japanese culture.
The coolest thing Kelsey saw were these banana chocolate cake snacks. They were small, "twinkie" size cakes decorated with leopard print spots all over. If they weren't $10 a piece, she probably would have brought a whole box full home. There ...
... lets say) randomly wandering up and down the Main Street. The shops along the street seem to sell all sorts of fashion accessories, novelty items and things that I had no clue existed or could have an audience enough to warrant a store in a prime location such as the Main Street of Harajuku. Then comes a barrage of European and American brands which have their regular clientele and you might guess the number of schoolgirls has thinned.
We then hop on to the subway ...
... Nakano Broadway with the teachers. Riding the train was kind of messy with that many students. I, and some other host family student, felt very much like tourist with that many people. I mean, we are, but since we ride the train by ourselves there is usually not that big of a deal. Nakano broadway was okey, didn't interest me so much, and it smelled kind of funny, but they did have a school uniform shop. It was super ...
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