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... Aromatherapy products with over 67 stores across Japan. The second ran an audio-electronics company that coincidently made the audio microphone equipement that we were using to record our interviews for the last 3 years.
In terms of sightseesing we got to see the world famous Shibuya crossing, check out the electronics district and various other small neighborhoods.
... to Tokyo next week. We left the Sky Tree complex to discover a crowd of people nearby on a bridge over the river, looking up we were greeted with a full lunar eclipse, a beautiful blood red moon in a sky of wispy clouds, a holiday bonus we hadn't bargained for. And after a long walk home we're all plum tuckered out! Off to Kyoto tomorrow by bullet train. Night ...
... is, but apparently its very normal to spend your night like this here in Tokyo. I found that the following day there would be a Couchsurf meeting with a city tour quite close by, so it wasn't so bad after all.
Well this was my first day in Tokyo, I hope you enjoyed the read. The following one will take me a bit longer, also because I noticed it takes quite a lot of time to write these, which I'd rather spend in the cities I visit :)!
Well, we never actually saw Obama. We got off the train a stop early to hit up some shopping. We happened upon a fun street stand for a 'toy store' and found some gifts we had been looking for and something we had not but I had to have. I got Shaun the sheep socks!! We continued on to the intended store, a fabric store I read about online. We couldn't find it, but then saw on a mall guide the the 5th floor was a store in ...
... gold bling, bright flashy lights and fricking lasers! Apparently at a cost of 10 billion yen to fit out. It was intense and very special.
The love affair has come to an end. Japan has been a lot weirder than I ever imagined. Mostly in a good way, although occasionally in a creepy, spine-shuddery way that I really wasn't expecting. The food rules, the people rule! I am Tokyo'd out for now I think - but I will be back!