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As it was only 6am and we wanted to see the wholesale market that opened at 9am, we went searching for a Starbucks. In Tokyo, there always seems to be a Starbucks when you need it most. Typically, people go to have sushi at the market after attending the auction, but, at 6am, we really could not eat fish, even if it was really fresh. ...
... security restrictions (because of Obama's visit, they said) all coin lockers in the station were occupied. We roamed around for a while looking for an empty locker, but then we gave up and rode a train to a nearby Harajuku station. It is supposed to be a hub of teen fashion and culture. On Sundays there are supposed to be some people dressed in extravagant and eccentric ...
... apparently they dip cheese pizza in maple syrup! Not going to lie it was wicked good! Try it out! Then we had to try and find where we were going to sleep for the night. We headed toward Tokyo station because the following morning we were waking up super early to go take the bullet train to Kyoto! We could not find a hotel for the life of us so we made out way to a English speaking tourist center ...
... our exploration, walking in the dark through Yanaka cemetery. Spooky! We were trying to follow a path suggested by Richard but got lost somewhere along the line and ended up a couple of stations away at a place called Uguisudani. Not the most savoury of places, it is filled with 'love hotels' - places where you can go for a 'rest' rather than a full night. Lots of girls standing around on phones too... We ...
... These were then put in little bamboo, boat type plates and dried shaved fish was added with 2 sauces. They were fantastic! Next we made sushi cones from. a selection of salmon, tuna, egg, cucumber, herbs, ground beef and of course rice. Charlotte made and ate 4 or 5 for herself, our host were impressed with her eating. The feast continued with tofu and finely chopped cucumber in rice vinegar, fried chicken, salted fried seaweed plus beer and wine! Max tried ...
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