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... nigiri and 6 pieces of roll as well as a little bite of a delicious grilled shrimp. Everyone was super nice and we really enjoyed our meal. We explored the market a little but mainly tried not to get hit by the various motor vehicles flying around the market. We then walked up the way a bit to a toy store we had been past and wanted to check out. It was awesome. 5 floors, spanning novelty items and party favors, to baby toys, puzzles, stuffed animals, ...
... in one go saving all the hassles to pass through immigration with my luggage - and today I know the answer - NO. So future advice to myself is: avoid transiting at all expense! I landed KL at10. 4 hours layover before boarding the connecting flight - not fun at all. When I'm writing this, I'm actually on the way to Haneda, finally. Managed to get an aisle seat - truly advisable for me to get an aisle seat on a budget airline economy class plus ...
Weather: Overcast morning, clear afternoon We woke early again - still not quite use to the time different. We decided to head to Ginza where the Nikon Camera stores are - we didn't time it quite right though and got there an hour before any of the shops opened! We had a cool drink in the underground and then headed back up to have a look. Not quite what I was expecting - there was a lot of old cameras and not a lot of accessories ...
... I even had two seats to my self which is the pinnacle
of luxury on a ten hour plane ride. Three movies and a short nap later I
was in Tokyo. The Tokyo layover was supposed to be about two hours but
they kept pushing it back and pushing it back until it was about 4 hours
past when we were meant to take off. Eventually they let us board but
about 20 minutes into the flight, the pilot informs us that we have to
... spit. Sushi Breakfast at Daiwa Sushi: Another very popular thing to do after the tuna auction is to have a sushi breakfast at one of the many sushi bars in the market. There was a 3 hour queue in front of the most popular joint sushi dai but I also read good things about Daiwa and there was no line so it was a no brainer. It turned out to be a magical decision. Will explain later. As we entered, we were greeted by the roars of chefs and servers. Everyone ...
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