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... central station has streets and shopping districts within the station so yeh, pretty big!
We then headed to the Ghibli Museum. Studio Ghibli is a popular animation studio based in Japan, responsible for heaps of great animated films like Totoro, Spirited Away, Princess Mononoke and Howls moving castle amongst heaps more. The Museum was so beautiful, we weren't allowed to take photos inside but we tried to squeeze in as many photos as possible from the ...
... him some money and gestured him to show us. We inserted some money into the machine and about 100 shiny silver balls, about the diameter of my sizeable little finger’s nail, very similar to ball bearings.
They collected in a container inside the machine, and by turning a large knob we could control how fast the balls shot up into the machine, similar to how one controls the release in a pinball machine. The silvery orbs then shoot up into machine and they make their way down ...
... teaching me that) and am satisfied with my meal as they take it away. I finish my tea and am waiting for someone to come back for my glasses and tablecloth-yes, tablecloth-but instead they bring me ALL NINE of those little boxes! Of course I played it cool (cough) and acted like of course I knew more was coming! I was just tired of having a napkin when I gave it away with the last dishes. As I'm staring down at the dish I start to remember bits of ...
... felt like I was in heaven.
That afternoon I dove into my newly purchased guidebook and made a list of things I definitely wanted to see. I also stocked up on vitamins and tea, and made a visit to the post office to buy a box to ship some of my no longer needed items home. I figured an early night's sleep would do me good and went to bed at 8pm.
I haven't actually mentioned yet where I was staying those nights in Tokyo. A normal hotel beying beyond my current ...
... there were queues of people at each one and all the menus and signage was in Japanese so we had no chance! Stopped in for a brew at a tiny cafe instead. Next onto the subway again and luckily a lady helped us out this time telling us which ticket to buy. We hopped off at Asakusa for a walk to a famous temple - Senso-ji. Finally found a recommended place for food, Daikokuya which apparently has the best tempura in Japan! It started raining while ...