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... than we had expected.
After this we spent more time exploring the shops and visiting the different areas of Hogsmeade. Everyone was in character and many of the visitors were in costumes so it all felt pretty authentic!
We visited the Owlery, Zonko's joke shop, Honeydukes, Olivander's and many more. Finally our shopping bags full we exited the Harry Potter area.
We then went to the temporary exhibit celebrating Japanese anime. There were ...
... but it is also common to sing the night away be yourself or even use it as a business appointment to spend some good times with your business partner and improve the business relationship. How cool is that, huh?! Last but not least: 10. Live the zen life: do your prayers at the temple, wish for fortune and luck, be good to other people in order to have a good next life and relax at a spa ...
... Sega Joyopolis.
While walking past one of the buildings we noticed some pokemon posters, turns out they were advertising the pokemon centre that was located inside so of course Ashlyn had to check it out. 1 hour later we finally left the store.
Sega Joyopolis was a real disappointment so after a quick look around we went and had ice-cream. This time it was not any strange flavour just strawberry and vanilla.
We wandered around the streets ...
... wrapped up, everyone was going to bed back home in Canada while we were starting our day. To enjoy myself would feel wrong, and I couldn't even if I tried really. We ended up taking the train to Kyoto for a few hours. So much dust getting in my eyes.. We made cheers to Blue whenever we had a drink in our hands. What a terrible feeling having to wait all day and night for a message you don't want to hear...
Love ya Blue.
... the city that you got to by going through a Starbucks and I had to find it. Rokkaku-do Temple is in the Rokkaku-do part of Kyoto. Sure enough you walk in to Starbucks and the whole front and back are glass so you can see right through to the Temple. I had a sandwich and coffee and visited the temple. I then realized I only had 40 minutes to get back to Kyoto Station to catch my train back to Tokyo Station. I hailed a cab, just like in the movies! cost me 800 yen ...