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... spent a couple of hours there and took tons of photos, marveling at the quick work the experts made of filleting these huge fish.
The Japanese do eat virtually everything, and we saw a number of items there that we have never seen anywhere else, at least not with the intent of eating them! Sadly, one of these was whale bacon, complete with a drawing of a humpback whale and arrows to what portions of the body produce the various cuts of meat. ...
... and social enough to where they offered.So armed with my camera and two Russian sisters who spoke English and Japanese as well, I felt invincible. First stop we went to was the Shibuya Crossing. Or as the locals call it, the Hachiko Crossing in the Shibuya District. I sat there in a trance as I saw throngs of people cross the road within minutes. I see exactly why it was called the busiest intersection in the world. I had imagined cars when they said ...
... back to my hotel. Pretty good last adventure in Tokyo/my trip and basically surmises what I have been doing for the past 4 months. I woke up, took the bus back to the airport and then started to drink again to try and drown out that nagging feeling of I don't want to go home. That about sums up Tokyo; sushi, beer, and getting lost.
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Tokyo- Wednesday 20th March
Left the foggy Jeju and landed 2 flights later in Narita Airport in Tokyo, Japan. During that time, to use up our remaining Korean won, we ate our entire body weight in Dunkin Donuts (the only food shop past security). Tip: do not try the green tea flavoured doughnut. Ewww. Narita Airport are now number one in speediness going through immigration, customs and getting our bags.Max 5 minutes for the lot.Everyone was ...