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... our mouths and it was such a fun experience to have real deal sushi at a place where you know everything is as fresh as it possibly can be since we saw them bringing fish in direct from the market on our way to the restaurant! While I can’t say I would recommend sushi as a breakfast staple it was a very cool end to our wonderful morning experience and we were glad to head back to the hotel at that point to actually get started with our day.
When we got back ...
January 20th, my first day in japan.
Before getting abroad I was afraid since there were so many accidents had happened recently.
However,I arrived in Japan safely. Thanks God.
At about 1:30 PM, my sister came to the airport to pick me up.
We had a late lunch together. The food here is so expensive!!!
But of course it was worth the ...
... his most unusual or strange encounters were. His response cemented his good intentions in our minds as he told us how hurtful he found it when people thought of him as a con artist.
Having earned our full trust at this point we followed him to the front of the Kabuki-za. Instead of leading us in, however, he led us down into the subway just in front of the entrance to the theatre, where he carried on with his high tempo all the time raising his hand so we could recognise ...
... is, but apparently its very normal to spend your night like this here in Tokyo. I found that the following day there would be a Couchsurf meeting with a city tour quite close by, so it wasn't so bad after all.
Well this was my first day in Tokyo, I hope you enjoyed the read. The following one will take me a bit longer, also because I noticed it takes quite a lot of time to write these, which I'd rather spend in the cities I visit :)!
... since we had some time to waste. There we wondered around various hobby shops and I found a figurine that I was interested in, from a very lighthearted anime/manga Nichijou (Everyday Life).
Then we took subway to Ikebukuro, another one of Tokyo's shopping and entertainment districts. We walked to Sunshine City, a giant shopping complex with ...