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... it was a happy discovery! Everywhere seemed pretty busy so it was obviously a popular area, can't believe I didn't find it sooner! In the end I opted for Italian and it was pretty much the only place that bad any space available! And it had wifi too so at least I could have a convo or two whilst sitting in the restaurant on my own like a loser! Although I'm actually quite used to it now to be honest and kind if like ...
... route we started to pass Sumo statues which lined the paths in and around the stadium area.
One of our favourite photos of the day was the Sumo statue backed by a MacDonalds restaurant, a fine example of East meets West. As we neared the stadium we passed the Ryogoku train station where we started to see Sumo related memorabilia, we even spotted some real life Sumo wrestlers as they were arriving by train in time to compete. After ...
... very little about typhoons I also don't know much about Typhoon Lagoon either. That being said when the Typhoon hit the weather was very humid with occasional brief rain fall. First typhoon experience not so bad. So when the second Typhoon was scheduled to arrive in Tokyo we (now being the seasons typhoon veterans, although still knowing very little about Typhoon Lagoon the water park) thought a little humidity and ...
... was the Yodobashi store. I'd forgotten to bring along the sync cable for my digital camera, and we had no trouble finding one there. We walked into the store as it was just opening and the staff greeted all the customers with a hearty cry of "irrashimaste" or "welcome". The store was HUGE, with eight floors providing a seemingly never-ending selection of cameras, tvs, computers, household electronics and dvds. There were entire ...
... of things to do, we made our way to the red light district. Unfortunately all the action was indoors, with PR's hassling you up and down the streets. I made it quite clear that I already had three women and wasn't in need of anymore.
The second day started with a little gander around Shinjuku. It was another big built up area containing lots of shops, offices and food places.
Seeing a Japanese garden was another thing on our list; so we made our over to ...
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