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... more Sushi and I found a restaurant where you have to order your Sushi on a monitor after which a sort of shuttle thatx runs on a rail brings the order to your table. Probably the most futuristic restaurant I've ever been! I met an American during lunch and together we went to Roppongi to climb the Japanese copy of the Eiffel tower for some good views and see a bit more of the city. After a day like this I started realizing ...
... as we tour the country.
After our time at the fish market, we headed to the huge park like area of the Meiji Shrine, another holy Shinto Shrine, surrounded by a replanted indigenous forest. Emperor Meiji was the first emperor to rule after the fall of the Shogunate, which ruled for the previous 250 years in Japan. Meiji was only 14 when he assumed the throne, and ruled for 44 years, which is the longest term of any emperor in Japan’s ...
... I bed the Russians farewell, spaisiba, pakapaka, dasvidanya & spokonjanoche. Catching the last train home was easy...but realizing that I had 20 minutes to get to it, not a single yen on my train card and none in my wallet was not.
I ran like the wind. My camera flaying to my side. My samurai inspired ponytail thrusting into the air behind me, my pea coat flailing with each run. I ran because I wanted to sleep in my comfortable bed. I did not want ...
... the third busiest park in the world, located in Chiba. This amusement park was opened in 1989, obtaining a license from The Walt Disney Company. It has seven themed parks as well as traditional Disneyland such as: Adventure land, Western Land, Fantasy Land and Tomorrow Land. World Bazaar, Critter Country and Mickey’s Toonland are also a part of it.
Ueno Park: The country is famous for its Cherry Blossom festival and blossoming of Sakura flower ...
... me alive! huge naffin red bites on my hand, arm, FACE (?!) and ear... come on...im not even anywhere jungly yet... cheeky buggars.
Tokyo- Thursday 21st March
The list was long and we have done ourselves proud, but we will keep it brief. It couldn`t have started better with a coffee and muffin overlooking the busiest pedestrian crossing in the world. Shibuya has 100,000 people crossing every hour, and we happened to be enjoying ...
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