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The neon lights at night are amazing, too bad I took the SD card out of the camera to upload photos before we left. This was to be photo night, hopped up on chocolate we were good to go; oh well next trip. We leave for Kyoto in the morning.
We have had a great time in Tokyo. The people were all so friendly and kind.
Well it looks like my journey has reached it’s end and what better way to conclude this chapter in my life then by spending it in Japan. This country never disappoints me. It’s my second time here and I can never get enough of it.
For me, what makes this place great is how the Japanese put so much pride into everything they do. Whether it’s how they prepare a meal, provide a service, or develop a product for sale, ...
... hard rice bubbles. That was rather weird. We had spicy kangkong (water spinach), bean curd skin spring rolls, the rice and chicken satays. The food came out one at a time rather than together but it was tasty. We had a carafe of mango cordial, the first soft drink since we arrived in Japan. All in all, that meal was our most expensive at 5010yen or about AUD$55.
After dinner, we attempted some night time photography on the overhead pedestrian bridge. ...
... on collecting and trading cards and battling. We saw no children, the youngest person we saw was late teens early twenties. 90% of the people seemed to be businessmen in there mid 30s.
We managed to race on Mario kart, shoot a load of schoolgirl zombies (they love schoolgirls) and an extreme game of air hockey which was actually brilliant. It involved random stints of multi puck! So with our pockets a little lighter, we left for the next shop. This area is not just ...
... out and I managed to get some sleep. An hour before landing, at 5:30 pm Japan time, we were served breakfast.
On arrival at immigration we were herded into a queue behind a few thousand other travellers, and spent the next 90 minutes shuffling forward, inch by inch until we reached the immigration officer. Here we had to insert both index fingers in a ...
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