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This is the third blog I have to start up because my other blogs undoubtedly crash and burn. The story is that of my trip from my family home in Sweden to Kamiikebukuro in Tokyo. Here I will try to survive longer than any of my blogs and so far, I've reached sucess. For those of you who want my full story, visit sechiria.blog.com (if you can open the page that is, I know I couldn't -.-). So, come along (yet again) for the trip of a ...
... with a
vigorous nod. I then queried for food, pointing at my mouth before I remembered
the word, 'tabete?'. Through more gesturing I discovered that there was no food
to be gotten from within the gardens, so instead she pointed east, meanwhile
repeating the words fish market. Something clicked, my eyes lit up (I didn't
see them lighting up, but I imagine that's what it feels like to have your eyes
light up) and I then happily repeated after the lady, ...
... you to increasingly mysterious floors. Some floors had lines of kids patiently waiting to play games who's prime objective appeared to be to push one button or a combination of buttons as fast as humanly possible. Another floor catered to only drumming type games where the player pounds away at a drum (not unlike the button game I previously mentioned). Then on the top floor as if sensing my out of place ...
... style. I was the only guest and it was really cool to be there...was given a Japanese pipe with tobacco as a present and of course they wanted to take my picture.
After this nice encounter went to a Fish restaurant and had a tuna bite, apparently part of a Tuna Jaw...with the flesh still on which was quite tasty.
So first impressions of Japan:
Extremely organised in everything they do
Toilets have automatic butt ...
... ago! It was really great seeing an old friend. Tomorrow, I am meeting Teru - a guy I met in Okinawa. We are going to an amusement park for some roller coasters ;-). Should be fun! Somehow, for being one of the most technologically advanced countries in the world, Japan has proved to be the most difficult for accessing wifi. I couldn't log on, even in Starbucks. In all the countries I visited, I could easily ...