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... a huge building labelled AKIBA ZONE on its side. Amy was intrigued so we heading inside.
AKIBA ZONE was six floors of crazy anime and manga merchandise, where we saw much, but recognised not too much. For someone who certainly has seen his fair share of anime I was surprised at how few of the characters and figurines displayed I recognised.
After more strolling we saw the word 'Pachinko’ combined with loads of flashing neon lights. We’d heard of ...
... was SOOO GOOOD! The broth was perfectly seasoned and the noodles were the perfect texture. I wish I had a bigger stomach to order another. My friend (Cyrus) took us to a pub called "Hub" that is full of foreigners. Apparently lots of Japanese girls like to come here to chat with foreigners.
After a couple hours, we migrated over to a building that seemed to sell music and dvd's. There is a floor at this shop that sells/rents out porn DVD's for ...
... was too nervous to sit down, when we got to the station, we charged through and saw a bloke get in to the one and only taxi, I asked him whether he was going to the airport, he wasn't and drove off BUGGER!! I don't know why I didn't just ask him for the taxi, I would have done normally but I think being on holiday for so long has made me a bit soft. We had to get on the transfer bus, only to have to wait for it to fill up before it would go. Nath resided to the fact we were going ...
... of the city in the Asakusa area. I thought Betsy would be able to replace her letter opener here but all of the souvenir shops were closed for the night. The trip was not a failure though because we got to see Senso-ji temple at night, which was a new time of day for me to see it, and there were so many less people in our pictures. We walked down the main road and found a little mom & pop looking tempura restaurant. There looked to be two regulars, or at least locals in the ...
... bowing until we drove away. A bow and arigato is my new cultural go-to. And lots of smiles. The Japanese are very friendly.
I can´t miss the opportunity to mention that the toilets have buttons to push that will spray your behind, work as a bidet, or just play a pretend flushing sound (in case you´re shy, I suppose).
The airport Starbucks signs were all in Japanese, but darn if their cappucino wasn´t just as amazing as every other ...