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... I had pure chicken, and I think it was a reward from being courageous in the first round and tried all variety of the sashimi...except for squid, I couldn't do the squid.
After a few hours and too many drinks for some we wrapped up a fantastic dinner and headed back to the hotel. Kristen and I were quite proud of our ability to get everyone transported safely on the train that we're feeling we mastered pretty well!
... T9. The platforms are simple... all they say is T16> T15, very easy to use and negotiate a large area.
So around 30 minutes later we arrived at Tokyo train station. It's a very large station on multiple levels but after asking the English speaking member of staff behind the information office we were pointed in the right direction and found the ticket pick up point. As the tickets are strictly only for tourist we had to provide our passports. We waited 2 minutes to ...
... which makes it nearly impossible to know what you are ordering. In the end we did find a decent place and had decent food. Good company and good times.
Tomorrow is the journey back to the US. This has been the most amazing and life changing experience of my entire life. I have enjoyed and appreciated every moment of it.
The experience will forever be burned in my mind's brain.
... as maids and serving you food/drinks with 'magic' (making you say a wish when you get your drinks). Even just to order, we had to put our hands to our face and pretend we were cats suing 'meow meow'. Scott ordered ice cream and it came in the form of a cat with ears and whiskers etc. I ordered a coffee and it came with the maid asking which animal I would like drawn on it, a bunny, very strange! Then they took to the stage for some singing ...
... the room before we mess it up, but my friend dashed to the bed and took a quick nap. I lie down for a bit, organized what we should be doing for the rest of the day and decided that I was hungry.
I left my friend to nap and I walked around the neighborhood and visited the Lawson convenience store that we passed by on our way from the train station. Inside, I saw a huge variety of snacks; from packed lunches to sushi, onigiri, ...