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... were equally bemused how we were heading for dinner together after not talking all evening so headed off in opposite directions, we were in search of the Hello Kitty store. We added to Lauren's small Hello Kitty purchases throughout the trip and we agreed it was time for some food. We had been advised that Ebisu was a good place for food and drink. We headed there via the subway to try our luck. We didn't want to walk to the main road so headed off down a ...
... by the lake in the now 25 degree heat (yes I had to wear suncream already!) The rest of the park has some interesting old buildings including the original burial place of iayeshu Tokugawa(the big dog of Japanese shoguns) and some other Buddhist Statues and temples. I decided to visit the Tokyo national museum out of the large choice of museums in Ueno park. I spent most time in the Japanese sections(as you can see stuff about Egypt anywhere!). I may be a bit of a ...
... br> Paul (Me): Along for the ride and cultural experience, with paper based instructions to get to all our accommodations, I was the Hostel Directions master, guiding us safely to our temporary homes.
Derek: Data Analyst and Programmer from Melbourne, Alistair and David quickly became friends with Derek at the hostel.
Grace: Also from the East Coast, Alistair and David also met her at the hostel while I was with my host family.
Kaz: Japanese ...
... a whole group of Japanese businessmen to find the little museum located above a very popular Chinese restaurant.
Once inside I was filled with joy. Kites have a special little place in my heart, ever since I made a very succesful one at school out of a garbage bag, and this little museum was filled with the most beautiful, intricate and insane kites I had ever seen. The kite maker (yes, there was an actual kite maker) showed how kites are being designed these days and ...
... if any Harajuku girls were there but it was a bit early. Walked through the torii gates to the park where there were hundreds of people walking. No sure what was happening but just followed. Some people turned off the path so we followed them to a museum but in e courtyard area there were lots of food stalls set up so we had a look at them. Lorry and I shared a "Yokohama donut" which was delicious. Watched lots of other cooking stuff then left to walk back ...