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A sleep in, then back to our little breakfast joint before heading off to Toy Park in Ginza. A short wait till it opened then in we went with eyes darting form toy to toy and mouths agape at the sheer number and variety of toys. It was overwhelming for the kids as they moved through the 4 floors and deciding on which toy to buy was extremely challenging. They had a turn on the huge slot car track and at a fishing game. On to the big boy toys at The Sony building full of ...
... I have already been shopping and got myself some japanese socks with the separator between the big toe so that I can wear my geisha style wooden flipflops provided in the hotel. I have also braved the communal japanese bath in the hotel, that was very weird, you have to remove ALL your clothes in one room, walk into the wet room and sit on a wooden stool naked whilst showering and washing yourself, then, once clean, get into the hottest bath tub ever Ｔｏ ...
... at which point it might just become the formerly tallest tower in the world). Things start getting a little quirkier when you make your way over to the Tokyo Tower which is a virtual copy of the Eiffel Tower in Paris (although they did build it 13 metres higher). The setting certainly doesn't invoke the romance of it's Paris cousin and they've painted it to look very much like a cell phone tower but you've got to admire the attempt. And my favourite tall building in ...
... water, makes the liquid turn to a gel (great for making water "disappear." I started sweating when I realized that he'd be opening that bottle and asking about it, so I started praying and helping him go through the other compartments. He appreciated the help so much (camera bags have lots of hidden pockets) that he completely glanced over the small bottle. Thank you, Jesus!
I boarded with no difficulty and we were off for our next leg.
... the BBC!!
The metro is quite full on. As you've probably heard the Tokyo metro is confusing, but as with everything Japanese once you understand it you realise how incredibly efficient and organised it is. One feature which comes under the label 'Only in Japan' is the fact they play birdsong at the platforms, I can only assume its to relax stressed out commuters. Not entirely convinced of the science there, but it made us giggle. The metros like ...
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