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... odd looking girl with green hair walks in front of me. Humm .... there was something about an Anime character with green hair ... maybe she is on her way to the Anime-shop!
"Follow the girl with green hair"! After only two steps I already fell a bit like a stalker. I am not a good stalker because I loose the green-haired girl on the second level of the building ..... but TA-DA down the ally; ...
... Asakusa which is a nice and traditional area with one massive temple (Senso-Ji) and heaps of little hole-in-the-wall bars. As I couldn't check into my hostel yet at this early hour I decided to check out the neighborhood - Asakusa has enough attractions on offer! That same afternoon I had planned to meet up with Shingo, for those of you who read my blog from when I started the trip: I met Shingo in Serbia and traveled with ...
... restaurant. Then we tried to buy tickets for Studio Ghibli Museum at Lawson store's ticket machine, but they were all sold out for all our days in Tokyo. Then we walked back to the hotel, checked out colourful illumination at Kabukicho at night with crowds moving all around it. We also dropped by Golden Gai area, peeked into some of the tiny bars and finally went back to the hotel.
... other. Quite the marvel I would say. And for the next 20 minutes I had my entire route through Tokyo planned out.When the bus reached, my plans came crashing...I knew the subway system, but I didn't know how to get from one station to another on the streets. Oh what the hell. Lucky enough, the sweet lady foresaw this and came to me and muttered some Japanese words and beckoned me to follow her.Seeing that she hadn't asserted herself like the ...
... of pictures. After that we gave up trying to find the Harajuku cosplay people and hopped on a train for Shibuya, the fashion and shopping district of Tokyo. Shibuya is also know for having the busiest intersection in the world. We got out of the subway station and were staring right at Shibuya crossing. Today wasn't as busy as it usually is, so we headed up the the Starbucks that overlooks the intersection and watched ...
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