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... be like - full of skyscrapers with massive neon signs, huge crossings and thousands of Tokyoites going about their business. It is also home to the Kabukicho area which is the lively red-light district with a myriad of host and hostess bars, girly shows, sex venues and Love Hotels. At the end of this quarter there is a lovely glade of greenery which leads to the atmospheric bar quarter, Golden Gai. Recently, ...
... any bins and where you do find a bin they are mainly recycling bins. People told us that it is really hard to get around in Japan as no one speaks English and all the signs are in Japanese. This is completely incorrect. All signs including subway maps are in English. Nearly everyone I have spoken to including the girl who served me my croissant speaks English. Compared to China this place is a walk in the park. The people here are unbelievably friendly ...
We're here! Seems entirely surreal that we left home at 9am yesterday and it's suddenly Tuesday afternoon. I am sitting cross-legged on the floor of our Japanese guesthouse (ryokan) in Asakusa district, writing this while the others are having a jet-lag induced snooze. We did manage to find our way here eventually having taken the wrong train from the airport (a lovely ...
... but inside. We played tiggy in the playground, and then did some lego (Ben and Dad made a copy of the playground in lego) and then Mum and I played Foosball. Then we all played WeyKick - like air hockey but two magnets were underneath the two wooden paddle things. That was so fun - the magnets kept coming off the wooden things and our pieces were flying everywhere.
We then left there, and went back to the farmers market for ...
... was a bit too crowded. By the time we reached Kawasaki, it was about 7pm. We dropped off our stuff before venturing out for dinner.
We had a look at the Atre Shopping Centre attached to the train station and ended up at a Tonkatsu (schnitzel) restaurant. Joseph ordered his usual pork one and I ordered a seafood one. Little did I realise, it contained the one prawn, a small piece of pork but THREE oysters. I don't like oysters and have only ever had two oysters in my whole ...
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