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... love open are markets...I love all the rich color and texture of the items in the booths. Much of it is unfamiliar to me which increases the appeal. We saw all kinds of things including some HUGE oysters. D'Ann...Dave wants to know how many of those babies you think you can eat?! Make sure you check out the photos. After we browsed around the market we found one of those sushi places with sushi on a conveyor belt and where you get charged per plate. ...
... Warp broke out nobody would be surprised. The band finishes and we are escorted down another flight of stairs to our seats, three rows either side of a floor space/stage. When everyone is seated and safety announcements made the show begins. WOW! At one end of the room are half a dozen women in costumes with huge wigs, at the other end 6 men in similar get ups and in the middle some weird carnival float. The lights go out and the tao drums start, they are playing at a ...
A decent nights sleep has one ready to hit the pavement and explore...
The accommodation is a small studio unit.(courtesy of Air BNB.). . Small in our world but spacious by Japanese standards. Small but functional.. How one or two or three could live in this permanently is amazing.. We westerners are so complacent with our 4-5 bedroom homes material belongings etc and here in Tokyo it is two rooms and a small bathroom for the ...
... and Molly was very excited to be there.
However, Molly and I were still a bit tired and sick from the St. Patrick's Day festivities and Molly ended up bailing and going back to the hotel to rest. I stayed out a bit longer and Eloy, Patrick, and me went to a ramen place and had some delicious pork ramen. It's very interesting how ordering ramen is done here. You insert some money into a machine much like a vending ...
"Tokyo is like 10 normal cities crammed into one megacity. Chaotic yet organised, hypermodern yet utterly classic, garish yet demure, unique yet unquestionably Japanese. Tokyo is a paradox that - like a pop star - seems smug in its greatness yet obsessed with reinvention." - LP. After reading this annoyingly over the top, uppity sounding description of Tokyo, the first big fancy tourist attraction on our list was...Baseball!
I saw the Hiroshima Carps play ...
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