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... and dessert!
Next it was off for an hours cruise on the Tokyo Harbour on the Symphony boat where another tour met us. We met a lady from Christchurch! We cruised out to the Golden Gate harbour bridge and back to port. Beautiful day for a cruise.
Back on the bus and off to Odaiba shoping centre and to visit the Statue of Liberty (Japan style). We got 5 minutes to look at shops! This was our last stop ...
... with what we saw 14 years ago. For example:
. Travelling by subway or train (JR line) is now much easier than before because there are more signs in English and so we do not have to spend an hour in front of the panels trying to guess what they say. People generally speak more English but communication is still a challenge.
. One of Japan's biggest attractions is its cuisine. We love the food here and ...
... disgusting watered down whiskey wannabe - Yuck! Aside from the gross bevie, the only other tiny little letdown was not getting to see the tens of thousands of sperm shaped balloons flying around the rafters during the 7th inning stretch :( I had Cindy at the ready with her camera and everything too.. Anyways, we had a lot of fun! Final score 4 - 2 Giants! 43581 in attendance.
... and told me that a particular brand was "oiishi" (delicious) so I thanked her and went with that one! I met Hiro for dinner and we took a look around Aoyama and ended up at EAT, which does burgers. The "yummy kobe beef burgers" had come recommended by a previous Tokyo second from my work, and they were pretty good. The chilli chips were great ...
... deafening levels and no two shops are playing the same music. The girls here were dressed even more strangely, and some of the shop attendants were particularly striking. It is a massive assault on the senses.
On walking back to the train station we passed what could be described as a games arcade, with people sitting at something like a poker machine crossed with a pinball machine. There were hundreds lined up side by side, garish pink and ...