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... 60, a 250 meter high office block with an observation deck at the top. This observation deck will be closed for one year for renovations. As a final event they decided to open up the stair cases for one day. Well, you still had to pay for admittance, but in return you received a bottle of water, a small souvenir, a picture of your (sweaty) self when you reached the top and -thankfully- the elevator ride down. Fifteen minutes ...
... and that they all commiserate that Scotland never got Independence when they hear where we are from! Other things we have noticed in no particular order: Tokyo has loads of electric cars so the traffic is notably quieter. Nobody walks and eats, but they do stop and eat. Futon beds are really comfy, often they are thick memory foam, lovely! Western style beds look like beds but are rock hard, avoid! Western tourists don't really go to theme parks, just ...
... waiting to greet me. At least there will be trashcans everywhere at home (in japan, they are as rare as unicorns- you have to bring your trash home with you here).
It has been interesting seeing familiar objects presented and sold in new ways. It requires a traveler to look at the world in a new way, as does the unfamiliar. I believe that ...
... Japanese. I've never seen security measures like this when accessing any Japanese attractions in the past, and I'm not entirely sure what they were checking for. Weapons? Glass cutting tools? Contraband food and drink?
So we were stuffed onto the elevator for an uncomfortable, but thankfully brief 350m vertical ride to the viewing gallery, which rose so rapidly it felt like it left your stomach somewhere around the 200m mark.
The views, as ...
... me was the fact, that parents in Japan still seem to be too polite to impose their problems on others in order to share the weight. So the most important message for me from this meeting was 遠慮 しないで! Basically meaning: Do not hold back.
Something that seems culturally impossible for Japanese.
As Inclusion is one of the ...