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... for. They are maple leaf shaped miniature cake cookies with various fillings in the middle. We probably messed around a little too long but after a short jog back to the ferry terminal we made the right boat. Once across the water, we transferred to a local train that brought us to Hiroshima station to catch the Shinkansen. The bullet train took us as far as Osaka where we had to transfer. It was only a 90 minute ride where Gina slept and I wrote. After the busy day yesterday ...
... t imagine having raw fish for breakfast, but people like to sit down on little barstools and enjoy the fresh catch. (I myself just stuck to coffee).
The highlights in Tokyo are numerous and we had so much fun exploring this amazing metropolis. You could spend months there and never see everything. The Japanese really embrace being yourself and it seems that no interest is really taboo. I think we saw more odd things in Tokyo than I have in my entire life combined. ...
... find the Tokyo Station and got off at Ginza to have a look around.
Ginza was more like what we had envisioned with skyscrapers and flashing signs. There were shopping centres everywhere so we had a look in a few then wandered down a side alley looking for a place to have a rest and a refreshment. We saw a sign that said "Nelson's Bar" and walked up the narrow staircase to the cutest bar I've ever been in. There was wood everywhere (floor, walls, roof, ...
... the instructions for. After deciding against purchasing, we headed out of the store to see what else was happening around the area.
We managed to find the Akihabara branch of Super Potato (purveyor of all things vintage video game) but unfortunately we got there just as they were closing. We consoled our selves by heading across the street to the DonQ for another exploration of the weird and wildly disorganized discount ...
... streets despite there being almost zero bins.
- Japan is not as expensive as you may have been led to believe.
- The language barrier is nowhere near as problematic as I was led to believe.
- Life revolves around the Japanese railway system.
- The hostel toilet cistern lid is actually a sink. The ball cock turns on the tap per the sink so you can wash your hands after the loo, it then keeps the used water for toilet flushing because the plug drains into the cistern, ...