Hotel Kajigaya Plaza
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After 23* hours inside, 1 train, 1 underground, 2 flights (many films and naps), 1 metro and 1 taxi later... we have arrived! *After much discussion, trying to work out time differences, this is my guess at having journeyed from airport to station lots! Having successfully been on time for the train down to London on Monday afternoon, everything else has followed suit. We arrived at Kings Cross, meeting Will (my friend from Uni) for some late ...
... as to a small garden beside.
We walked back down the Nakamise but not on the main drag. The side part was certainly devoid of people although one poor old shopkeeper was almost knocked off her feet by an exuberant Chinese shopper.
From Sensoji, we walked to Kappabashi Street again. This is "Kitchen Town".
There are so many things that ...
... high tax on hops), but it was refreshing nonetheless.
After lunch we tracked down some 'purple potato' ice cream, but I ate it too fast to get a good photo. Ashley and I split up after and went to a bamboo garden that I had never seen, so that was fascinating. The bamboo was hundreds of feet high and some of it was as thick as my thigh. There was even a little tea house tucked away in the bamboo had we wanted tea.
... still having a hard time understanding this Japanese phenomenon!
Of course we had to stop by a few AKB48 stores that sold their group paraphernalia (music, decorations, clothing, posters, wine, everything!) and cafes that sold tickets to see their performances or even meet them live. They're so protective of their image that I wasn't allowed to take any pictures inside the stores.
Then we headed to another uniquely Japanese concept ...
... has pictures. And the fruits here are huge particularly the apples. We get tithe registers and find that the language barrier effects us again. But we soon guess what she is trying to say by pointing to the plastic shopping bag, holding up four fingers and a thumb and saying five yen. We head back to the apartment to bask in our embarrassment, eat some treats and then Junko is picking us up to go to a fair (insert name) with two if her ...