Hotel Star_Plaza Ikebukuro
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... but inside. We played tiggy in the playground, and then did some lego (Ben and Dad made a copy of the playground in lego) and then Mum and I played Foosball. Then we all played WeyKick - like air hockey but two magnets were underneath the two wooden paddle things. That was so fun - the magnets kept coming off the wooden things and our pieces were flying everywhere.
We then left there, and went back to the farmers market for ...
... and exciting. In Japan I haven't gotten a second glance. Probably because foreigners have been here so long and just blend in now. Or because I'm just plain ugly :) So if you want to feel special or different stick to Taiwan. But it's finally nice to feel normal again.
Krispy Kreme was double the American price but delicious. Nothing more to say.
At a movie theater and US$18 for a normal movie. Well worth it. Hysterical intros and funny cartoon stuff. Also for ...
... ordered. In the end, we bought leftover yakitori from a nice old man who took the time to explain, using gestures and very limited English, just what every skewer was. So we also discovered that the flashier the place, the less appealing it is, or should be, really.
In the end, we discovered that a trip is all you make it out to be, and that you really can't dwell on the negative because the trip will otherwise just suck. For us, it was a really good day.
... it just told the facts, but it was hard to read this part of the displays and not want to feel that way. The museum did not in any way try to make Japan out as a victim either. They explained the horrible way Japan was conquering over other countries and harming its own people at the same time. They also showed the rebuilding process and the many things the US and Japan have done to learn about the effects nuclear bombs have on people and our environment. After ...
... up going in an Aussie steak house and having burgers :) Day 5 With our last day, we got up early 7am and went to the main fish market in Tokyo. We had to go early because it's all over and done with by 9am. It didn't take long to realise that flip flops were a bad choice for the fish market, they flicked black coloured water from the floor up the back of my legs. As we entered the market we saw 5 big tuna, probably in the order of 150kg each! Inside you ...