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... off. My next stop was Shibuya. Those who have seen Lost in Translation (you should!) would recognize the big scatter crosswalk. I walked around for a bit but quickly began to freeze my ass off. A far cry from 33 degrees it was 7 feels like 4 with a bitter wind. I had 5 layers on, with my hoods up, and was still chilly. I sought refuge in a Starbucks and began chatting with the other Caucasian guy there. It turns out his ...
... Max is aware of the desire to have a hedgehog as a pet. Which are legal in most countries but not in Australia...when he is a little down I get him to look at pictures of hedgehogs just to make him smile. So, this was quite a moment in his life. It was sealed form that moment. We will need to live somewhere that we can legally keep a hedgehog. Deal ...
... and it was fascinating to see how little remains as the entire mansion was mostly made of wood and paper and burnt hundreds of years ago. Still standing is a watch tower on the moat, as well as a serene garden inside, but all of the other areas are now common grass areas that are beautifully manicured and open to the public. Just one more interesting fact from this tour is that the Japanese gardens are created to celebrate the four ...
... one of the world's biggest and most populated cities. Such serenity and peacefulness!
The last two items on my agenda for that day were Senso-ji, the most famous temple in Japan, and the newly constructed Tokyo Skytree. Both are enormous tourist magnets in the city, and they were in walking distance of each other. But before I made it there I went on another little walking tour through an old Tokyo neighbourhood called Yanaka.
Yanaka is filled with narrow ...
... info desk people ensured we have managed the long trip from Narita into the middle of Tokyo then finding our way onto the correct train for Nagano without incident.
The few blocks of Tokyo we saw around the station could have been Sydney in appearance. In keeping with a frequent experience 3 yrs ago we hit a Starbucks for morning tea, ...
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