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We had a slower start this morning since we had no fixed plans for the day. We had breakfast at the hotel again and again we both stuck with the western option. Maybe tomorrow I'll brave the rice porridge and if I still don't like it, there is a McDonald's in the same complex as our hotel. Once we figured out our plan for the day we headed over to the subway and headed to the Tokyo Metropolitan Edo-Tokyo Museum. We wanted to try and take a water taxi but ...
... are impressive with moats and many, many carefully manicured pine trees. Most of the palace had to be rebuilt after bombings during WWII.
We also went to the Yasukuni Shrine, which is dedicated to the Japanese who died in wars Japan was involved in from 1868-1947. There is a listing of over 2 million Japanese men, women, and children. The shrine is somewhat controversial because it ...
WE DID: - a lot of travelling! Bus from Mt Haguro to Tsuruoka, train to Niigata, shinkansen to Ueno, metro to our hotel - evening game of baseball: Tokyo Swallows versus Yokohama WE LOVED: - we had an amazing time at the baseball; trying to sing along to the Japanese chants for each of the players, eating junk food and trying to fathom the rules of the game... We particularly enjoyed it when runs were scored and everyone got out a mini umbrella and waved it up and down to ...
... so we made plans to meet Niroko at Choi Standing Bar when we returned to Tokyo (after the snow part of our trip) then headed in the direction of our hostel. We didn't make it far before we stumbled upon another cool looking bar that we wanted to check out. We walked up the steep narrow steps into the dark room where we saw 3 Japanese men perched at the bar. We ordered a round of beers and immediately started chatting with the men. It turned out that the guy ...
... closed areas... We did what we could there then headed back to Akihabara to wounder the streets and stores. I looked for a rare ps1 game but every one was out of stock due to its rare nature and how good it is. I also found a new love in my life. GO!GO! Curry. Omg that food is amazing. GO!GO! Curry is a chain in japan but the Akihabara is the most famous it sux that I will have to wait till next trip to eat again (excluding ...
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