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... not? Tokyo’s toilets come in two varieties. Super high tech or super low tech. The high tech versions (one pictured here) offer the user many personalized options such as flush volume, seat heaters, and bidet (with a dial to determine spray strength). This one also has the option to turn on a super deodorizer! Restaurants and other ...
... but they were very kind to these two clueless Americans. The ladies working at the shop were so sweet, and I got to play with one of their babies-so that was fun.
After lunch we walked to the Sky Tree, a new tall tower in Tokyo that gives you amazing views of the city. Tokyo is huge-it doesn't have the tall buildings of New York, but it goes on forever.
We were getting tired by now, but we had one last stop to make-Akihabara, ...
... views I'll probably have in my life. We were right on a lake and Mt. Fuji was rising up in the background of our pictures. We took tons of shots to ensure we had the perfect one. Once we did that, we thought we could really turn around and go back to Tokyo, because what were we possibly going to do or see that was better? Our tickets and suggested itinerary from the train company had us taking all sorts of transportation around the area though in a huge loop back to the train ...
... in the same way that we might think of liver and onions or meatloaf. Darn.
And "old fashioned-ness" impressed us as being the antithesis of young Japan. (Granted, our exposure to their culture was brief and only in or near Tokyo.) Yet it seemed to us that they have embraced western culture, clothing, values so effusively as to turn their backs on anything that smacks of tradition. I kept saying to Dick "feng shui is dead!" ...
... my first chance to ever see them. There were several other interesting animals that we had never seen at other zoos as well. I think if someone had been to some of the really big zoos in the US this wouldn't have been a big deal but for us it was fun. It wasn't as awesome as the Omaha zoo as far as the enclosures went but was still quite impressive. There were also at least 6 large separate groups of school children at the zoo. Several times older groups of girls would ...
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