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... we strolled along the "Champs-Élysées" of Japan: Omotesando. This avenue hosts famous stores including Prada and Chanel. I mostly preoccupied with differentiating the white people from the Japanese. From several feet away, a man and woman looked European because of their blonde or orange hair, but when I peeked behind their sunglasses, I discovered that they were Asian! This was insanely confusing. In a country where skin-bleaching and eyelid surgery are common, I ...
... before arriving at the museum. It is quite an unusual building from both the outside and inside. You have to see in our photos to understand but it's very quirky. We first went into a room where they show the different ways animation can be done and also how it has developed through time. There was a cute little area where they were playing a short animation off a reel of a film. It was a little piece showing the evolution of humans. From there we moved ...
I've learned a very easy morning greeting -- it sounds just like the state of Ohio and pronounced the same way -- ohio. Then there's the standard Konnichiwa for "good afternoon."
It seems that no business opens before 7 AM, even the coffee shops. But you simply can't go a block without passing a vending machine dispensing a variety of items including small cans of coffee. Steve told us ...
... most of it! We have our mixed dorm room reserved at a little place called Tokyo Ninja hostel, a pod style establishment sharing with 24 other adventure driven backpackers! We climb into our little wooden huts…a little like rabbit huts with a sliding door/wall, get changed (awkwardly), ready to see the lights, brights and culture Tokyo has to offer.
We venture out, the day is grey, the hipsters at reception tell us there is a small typhoon on the ...
... studying in Japan, so I joined her on her commute in to the city. This involved a tightly packed commuter train, so tight you need not worry about losing your balance. Despite the quietnes of the train and the uncomfortable position, Camila continued talking. It was packed, but not as bad a Sao Paulo.
We would meet up later on that evening. So, I have two full days in Tokyo, to try see ...
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