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... have been staggered at how little English is spoken here. I guess I was arrogant enough to think that in such an economically significant country (and with a city set to host the 2020 Olympic Games) that English would be a priority, like in Europe.
After dinner we set out to play Scarlet Johannsen and Bill Murray from ‘Lost in Translation’ by visiting the New York Bar on the 52nd floor of the Park Hyatt. Unfortunately, ...
... other amusing comment I got is how they would like to have a big nose like me. You see apparently in Japan, having a big nose is a good thing. I tried to explain to them that it is quite the opposite in America. Guess we always want what is in the neighbors turf... Well in that case its a very distance neighbor, but you get the point I'm sure.
And here my night ended. It turned out much better then I anticipated and I had quite a bit of fun. Hopefully the next days will also be ...
... already with a salleryman lunch including BOTH udon noodle soup AND chicken curry don as well as takoyaki, cakes and all sorts... bring on tomorrow!!! and well... mabie trying the sweetcorn soup from the vending machine outside the hotel... mabie... given Leo's warm from the machine can o coffee he tried earlier being... well a warm can out a machine haha.
This place is amazing and a complete overload... love it! and looking forward to a proper explore tomorrow.
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... being a minimum, some wash post activity, all with adjustable pressure and position, some play water sound and bird song to disguise any noise and there are those that even have a deoderise option! Pictures are a complete God-send on such a technical piece of kit - although not always available! - as to get the options wrong could prove embarrassing! I'm pleased to say all early experiences were surprisingly successful... although going to the restroom now takes three times as ...
... was about 18 minutes. Once we arrived at Shibuya Station, we took the next train to Harajuku Station. This took only two minutes. The train trip was very confusing but so extremley fun! I only wish that I knew how to speak Japanese, it would make things alot easier.
Once at Harajuku Station, we walked for five minutes to get to Omotesando Street. This street is absolutley the shopping place to BE! It had shops like Louis Vuitton, Prada, ...
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