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... having very sore feet,
Today was our last day in Tokyo tomorrow we head off to Hakone.
The next few days will be more culture and less shops
Things I've learnt so far -
Rail system is fantastic and makes it easy to get around.
The coffee is not very good
It's really hot and humid in Autumn
The people are really nice and helpful.
The food tastes great and is ...
... there during one of its animated shows where it moves it's head around and makes noises. We decided to ride the Daikanransha, which until the construction of the London Eye was the largest Ferris wheel in the world, standing 115 meters tall. We ended the day with dinner at a pub that specialized in grilled meats and headed to bed with plans to head out early to the Tsuji fish market in the early ...
... only because the beer was terrible but also because that took up valuable internal real estate that would've best been suited for the ludicrously good broth. I was completely full but would still periodically slurp a few spoonfuls because HOW CAN I NOT?? So glad that we found it.
So today was a good food day. Great sushi in the morning, amazing ramen in the evening (and some ****** tourist trap time place in the afternoon, meh). Pretty tired after a long day. Tomorrow, Nikko!
... to the owner, he mentioned the Highlander Inn (my local in Craigellachie, set up by the same people) so he wrote the directions in Japanese and we got a cab there. Unfortunately I missed Tatsuya, the old manager from there, by 15 mins, so a local guy phoned him and he came back to have a drink with us. Stayed for a few hours, drinking and chatting :) Scott had some japenese whisky along with his Old ...
And Home to beautiful parks too. Enjoying my second day in Tokyo, wandered around the beautiful national gardens then went up the Roppongi building to the City View platform. Which is on the 52 floor. That is a looooong way up. And the higher the elevator went, the further my stomach sank! Thankfully, the view more than made up for the nerves of being so far off the ground! Had not realised quite how hugeTokyo is until I saw it stretch into the distance from a 52 floor ...