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... children are well-behaved! And although it seems pretty technologically advanced here (especially the toilet seats!), they have a cash-based society. I'm not used to dealing in cash. I was also struck by the number of homeless people and smokers I encountered this morning...the homeless people near where I'm staying in Ueno sleep head to feet by the roadside, or in the park if they get a good spot, and they get up in the morning and stack their worldly possessions ...
... it. It's basically a foodie and shopper's paradise, but with trains. I think one could spend several days here wandering the various levels of eateries and shops and never uncover all its treasures. We saw other things too of course, but Shinjuku Station will be one of my most vivid memories of our trip. Anyway, enjoy the photos/captions.
... Homework never ends!
I can’t believe that, until a month ago, we were not planning to visit Japan. Although everybody wanted to come, we were afraid of the contamination due to the nuclear power plant issues after the tsunami. We are all so glad that we finally decided to come!
After the ceremony, we went to a Yakitori with Yukari and she helped us ...
... but found the street more akin to Collins Street or Rodeo Drive. After another let-down, we decided to split up, with the girls heading towards Fabric Town again, and me in search of Japanese display food. We have mastered the trains now so getting to the other side of Tokyo is easy.
Had a wonderful time wandering around what could only be called "kitchen town". Everything you ever wanted for ...
... end up: In the middle of the wooden stairs there is a big hole where people come crawling out of. Brilliant. So, going up. On this floor there was a gallery about the newest Ghibli film. Which is Kaze Tashinu (The Wind Rises) and it looked great. Turning a corner and we enter: Mama Aiuto, the museum store. Very busy but filled with some lovely stuff. From here on in it is just heading for the exit basically and heading back. Using the other route.
This path ...