Hotel Sun City Ikebukuro
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... an hour went by and then it seemed like there was miles and miles and mile of tall buildings. The waterways in between some of the areas was cool to see and reminded me of pictures you see in Italy. By this time I was struggling really hard to stay awake so I didn't get any pictures. Bus ride was more like 2 hours to Ikebukuro! It was dark by the time we arrived to our destination and I had quite the time getting ...
For Elias's birthday he wanted to go to the Pokémon Center and Lego Land. On his birthday, the first thing he did was open his birthday presents. Elias got an Oshawatt backpack charm from Mom and a Moshi Monster membership. After presents and breakfast we walked over to the Lego Land Center. The Lego Land Center was a smaller Lego Land. Then we went to the Pokémon Center and we both got something. I got an Eevee stuffy and Mom and Dad got me Eevee socks ...
... Steve wasn’t a huge fan of the salad with bait fish in it, the fact that you could see their eyeballs weirded him out. Yui really liked his orange juice and ended up spilling it all over himself. Very sticky. Good thing we had a change of clothes from the photo shoot earlier today. Back to Grandma’s for some green tea before bed time, beer for Steve. Grandma already knows him so well.
April 13, 2013
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... man who spoke very limited english, but knew everything there was to know about Japanese knives. Can't wait to show this one off when we get home :) Next on the list was to try some sushi or sashimi, as the Tsukiji fish markets are known to have the freshest sushi in the world. So we stopped by a sushi restaurant at the markets and had some sashimi. It was a little underwhelming and probably not the best we have ever had (the best was hands down at Mina Mina in Niseko) but this ...
... with an estimated 100000 people passing through every hour. We paused for a moment and took a bird-eye view from the Starbucks which is right next to this intersection. Fun-fact, it is the highest grossing Starbucks in the world and serves only tall size coffee. Our pause took forty minutes but it was worth that time. My caramel macchiato was good, Hedka’s vanilla frappuccino was good and the view was brilliant. Due to heavy human ...
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