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Where is a good place to go after lunch? How about the parasitology museum. The train dropped us about a half mile from the entrance to the museum. The museum is small but packed with a ton of nasty things. The bottom floor showcases jars and jars of parasites found inside animals. Upstairs shows the myriad of parasites that live in humans. We even found the Chagas bug and a picture of the ...
... Jo was mesmerised and even declared her desire to marry a sushi chef. The food was nice, so much so that we returned and tried other things; when we had tempura prawns, they also brought us the heads to eat. Waste not want not and all that! We weren't particularly adventurous though. That can be achieved at a little bar just by our hotel, which served pretty much everything from a pig, including diaphragm, large intestine and rectum! Rectum, it turns out, tastes ...
... seems to be this thing amongst the men here, especially the late teens and early 20-something for man-bags. Some of them highly elaborate, worn on the shoulder and suspiciously feminine in design :P I've even seen some of the suited and booted salarymen sporting them which is very strange to look at :) Oh and probably 10% of the population seem to walk around with a facemask on which, when you first see it, is really odd indeed. From what ...
... ll accept it. After a Chinese lunch I caught the boat out to Odaiba. First it stops at gardens, where the confused (like me) either get out or sit there thinking "this doesn't look like a place to change boats, surely I stay here", then after 10 minutes more it stops at Hanedo pier, and almost everyone leaves. Fifteen or so of us changed for Odaiba, though the place itself was busy. Out on an island in Tokyo bay, it's billed as a beach resort but really ...
... Year. The Meiji Shrine is especially popular to visit during this time, and therefore, it was very crowded with mainly Japanese visitors, plus your usual tourists. There were huge lines in the Shrine courtyard, not to go into the Shrine, but just to get to the front of it, where you can do your prayer. I learned that if you go on New Year's Day, it is typical to wait 5 hours just to get to the front to pray. A week after New Year's, ...
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