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... Planet it suggests you get there for 3am to get into the actual fish auction. However, be warned they only allow 120 spectators in a night so if you get there at 3am and can't get in, you might get a bit annoyed! Even arriving at 7am we could walk round the market outside the auction and sample some of the local dishes and try some of the best and most fresh sushi in the world!
The Tokyo Metropolitan Government building is a ...
... so much. They are almost over though, as our last class is on Tuesday the 24th.
Since it's been a while since my last update (though I've posted many photos on facebook), I shall give a brief rundown of what I feel are significant accomplishments from my to-do list, or other things I didn't plan on before but have enjoyed nonetheless.
- Baseball Game (Attended two games at the Tokyo Dome, a very impressive stadium, ...
... and Takashitu (LOL) road where it really felt like we were in the bohemian-come-saccharine-sweet-pop-prin cess-doll heart of the town. Again, we broke the day up with a park visit to get away from the crowds. This time the Institute of Nature studies beckoned and gave us a taste of how the city would be were nature left to run its course. This tranquility got too much so we headed to Shibuya crossing to watch swathes of incredibly law-abiding ...
... amazing that i did all that. To sum it up in 2 words, totally worth it... ok that's 3 words but screw it it's my blog and i make the rules! :)
So today i had thought about going back to the Tokyo Games Show to try a few of the games i missed but i decided screw that ****, lets go see some more stuff! There are a couple of things i have been wanting to see since i got here and to be honest, i'm far happier that i did that instead of going to stand in line ...
I've had another cracker of a weekend :)
On Saturday my host sisters, nephew and I headed out to watch Chiba city's annual fireworks festival. It is held right on the coastline and attracts thousands of people every year. The atmosphere was lively with stage performances and festival food stalls selling booze and Japanese take-away. There were countless young couples strolling hand in hand wearing yukatas (the Japanese summer robe). Fireworks festivals are ...