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About an hour or so into the trip, and still with only two carriages, the train stopped at a totally forgettable station and we were told to get off as the train was now terminating. A very nice stationmaster, with no English at all, was very helpful. I waved my Nikko Pass at him and told him we wanted to go to Tokyo. He waved at another platform and kept repeating the name of the station we should go to for the JR Line (one of the major ...
... aren't really my bag. Didn't stop me taking a ton of pictures.
The density of restaurants in Tokyo is astounding. Unlike the UK where most large commercial buildings only have a retail space on the ground floor and offices or storage above, here every single floor is used as commercial space. So each doorway may have three or four restaurants spread over eight floors intermingled with clothes shops for example. The majority of these places serve noodles or sushi. What ...
... weaving around in a spaghetti like maze. The trains are extremely efficient, and are so crowded but it all just works.
Ive realised more and more that the reason that a city of 35 million people can flow freely and run so effortlessly is that the people here seem to mostly understand that to live in a city that big, everyone needs to stay organised and follow the rules. Tokyoites love to stand in queues and Ive never seen so many ...
... hits (including Your Song and Last Smile, my favourites) in a two-hour set. Also, in a nod to their early-70’s rock influences, they did a slew of English cover versions like Ziggy Stardust, Proud Mary, You’ve Got a Friend, American Pie. This I wasn’t so keen on, oddly enough.
I have been really fortunate on this trip. Not just with getting tickets for various shows and events, but also with the weather. Glorious (if ...
... and interesting spiralling corridor that takes visitors from 445 to 450 meters, while allowing them to see Tokyo's panorama through wide windows. It was kind of humid and foggy for the last couple of days, unfortunately, so far away buildings were obscured by all the moisture in the air. Still it was a very interesting view, and on clear day you can apparently see all the way to Mt. Fuji ...
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