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Loved this place nice and the staff were so helpful best accommodation in Japan.
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Konichiwa! I am in Japan now! It took a 9 hour plane journey from Sydney to here. I am in Tokyo staying in an apartment with an amazing view from outside on the balcony. We overlook the clear blue waters where boats sail across making ripples that look like the bumps in the blanket of an unmade bed. Today we rode on the subway to Tokyo's largest park, Ueno, where we wandered along the path and found a temple. Since we ...
... try and sell us something but he never did - he just wanted to chat!
We walked to Akihabara neighborhood to see electric city, where we walked in and immediately got headaches from the bright lights and the zillion things to look at. We walked out within five minutes of arriving feeling overwhelmed. We then walked into a Pachinko place where we didn't last a full minute. Not quite the minimalist zen Japan we had envisaged.
Friday night we went for ...
As it was only 6am and we wanted to see the wholesale market that opened at 9am, we went searching for a Starbucks. In Tokyo, there always seems to be a Starbucks when you need it most. Typically, people go to have sushi at the market after attending the auction, but, at 6am, we really could not eat fish, even if it was really fresh. ...
... are numbered), and 3 is the area which may be mentioned in a street sign. A group of youths offered to help, but were unable to find named restaurant. As we walk away one of the youths raced up, placed the restaurant name into his phone app, and proceeded to narrow down where the restaurant was. In a matter of minutes he had translated correctly ... we were standing outside the restaurant!!
Down to ...
On this final day of this immense city, I was a little bit done. This is not really a city for me, while it offers everything for anyone, this is too much for me.
In the morning though, I had less depressive thoughts because I was going to the ghibli-museum! To get there I had to cross Tokyo but, I had a direct train. Luxury. So I got up early, readied myself, and set off. At around 10:30 I arrived at my stop and had to walk to the museum. There are two ...
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