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Two subway rides from Minami Machida (with a Fit Bit assisting climb to transfer to Ginza line in Shibuya), and an unnecessary detour back a stop, land us in Asakusa for a rush of entertainingly "Japanese" Japanese sight. Obaachan's riding bicycles, school groups posing with blond tall gaijin, a bustling Nakamise dori with all manner of triinkets, treats, and enterprising shop keepers who've been at it for decades.
Despite the size of Tokyo with its 13.5 Million People the City is very livable , organized & CLEAN Cycling in Tokyo is just great.... big City but surprisingly easy to get around ... followed route 14 into the inner city and found the place aim staying after only a couple times asking. Even in the City Traffic is very Civilized and Calm , Drivers are courteous and respect Cyclist as well as Pedestrians....I ...
... that surprised me was that,
the pedestrian goes first. In Taiwan, it is the opposite.
Before we literally got home, I bought some second-handed clothes,
hey the second-handed clothes look totally brand new! that was the other thing that surprised me.
Anyway, we didn't do much on the first day.
I am looking forward to tomorrow;)
... train system here we still haven't managed to come out at the station near where we are staying! Which today was a good thing as it led to a fun experience. We were approached by a man who spoke really good English & couldn't believe we didn't have umbrellas (I think we were the only 2 people in the city who didn't!). He talked us into giving us a ride home in his Kaminarimon Rickshaw, promising we wouldn't get wet! He went to a lot of effort to make sure we ...
... around 19:00, and settled on a curry udon place not far from our hotel. There was no English on the menu but we managed to point and say "kore, kudasai" (this, please) and that seemed to work pretty well! I'm glad that in Japanese restaurants, you get water or tea for free with your meal and you're under no obligation to actually order any more drinks. That was really the first day over with, and I'm afraid I don't really have any photos from that day that are very ...