Hotel New Tsukamono
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... already a bit stereotypical to impress a girl at a shooting gallery, but you feel really... different... when you shoot corks on packs of mints. Nevertheless: I was still glad I was able to win two packs :) The other game was fishing. But not the plastic ducks that you can find in Dutch fairs, no, REAL fish. And not with a fishing rod, but with a small flat scoop. By the way: you couldn't win anything either; you just paid for a ...
... really good.
Everywhere we go in Asia we seem to find noodle soups of various types and tastes. These are cheap and flavorful eats that really get you in touch with what and where the everyday people eat. When we were done with our soup Russ was given a bag of ice to take with us for his hand. We continued our walk through Harajuku to the alleyway street ...
... where I had to take a cash advance on my Visa. At this point I could give a sh!t about my high interest rate - I was just happy to have cold hard cash in my hands! Everyone is paid, no one is happy, but at least we can move on lol.
No more cabs... We walk with our bags towards nearby Shin-Osaka station, where the Shinkansen (bullet train) connects in Osaka, making it's way east towards Tokyo. Slick, clean and ...
... had breakfast, we looked for somewhere to eat. Very unsuccessfully. Around the palace grounds, we found nothing. After some searching (both on the internet, and in person) we gave up on trying to find sustenance, and began to head towards our 3rd, and thankfully last, item on the itinerary for the day. Skytree.
Back into the infernal Toyko subway for a couple of non-inexpensive journeys across several different rail lines (meaning a new fee for ...
... Well there is a new very unique and Japanese solution to it: use half of the space, of the already tiny coffee place as a ...tata "Smoking Room" it does show that Japan is willing to cater to the aging society...most of the people are actually old men, still I just do not get ...