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A key place to go while in Tokyo is the fish market. Every morning this is where they have a massive tuna auction that is very similar to Wall Street where purchasers come in and for hours in the morning they bid and barter and at the end of it all of the fish is packed up and transported to the restaurants and stores. To see the auction you need to get up at 4:30 and wait in line so instead we got there at 6:30 to partake in ...
... sounds on command with a volume control to cover the sound of even your most embarrassing bathroom noises! The sinks were also cool, with hand dryers built into the basin of the sink. But I digress, upon arrival in Tokyo - mostly we just enjoyed crawling into our Japanese pajamas (provided by the hotel of course) and getting some sleep.
We met Hiro the following morning. He took us to a hotpot restaurant, where we ate at a knee high table, and ...
... tried to find my little station on this humongous map of the Tokyo subway. Meanwhile, an employee is yelling about something and people are running past me toward the platform. If he was speaking English, at the rate these people were rushing it was probably something like "GODZILLAAAAAAAAA!!!" (They probably have another word for it in Japanese)
Now the question is... which train do I get on? I don't know what the guy upstairs was freaking out about, I had about 10 ...
This morning we went to Yoyogi park which had been recommended to us and visited a temple, which included cleansing ourselves in water before entering the temple and we also wrote a prayer on a slip and put it in the prayer box. Running late we went to Hiro-o station where we met Yuka who took us to her apartment for our sushi class. Lovely little apartment and she had all the ingredients laid out ready for ...
... had to be damn lucky to find them and hope they didn't have a ticketing system which a lot of the booths did - for the PlayStation stand they had 24 games on display but you could only choose one of them to play. You got a ticket for your one game then joined the specific queue for that game, got your seven minutes of play them were ushered out. You were allowed to watch but it was so busy that the ushers tried to move you along otherwise you'd end up blocking ...
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