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On our last day here, Rob and I traveled to Roppongi to visit the National Art Center of Tokyo. The NACT is a very photogenic structure, both inside and out, and we spent quite a bit of time just taking it all in. Visitors are allowed entry to the NACT free of charge. Once inside, you can wander at will among the four floors, including its library, gift shop, four distinct eateries, and the ...
... for those of us outside the 18-25 age bracket. The main area of interest is on Takeshita dori (street) and its offshoot side streets, which are lined with fashion boutiques, vintage clothing stores, crepe stands and fast food outlets geared towards the fashion and trend conscious teens. Apparently, Sunday is the day that Harajuku is transformed into a live stage with scores of people gathering around to engage in cosplay (costume play), dressed up in ...
We awoke this morning to a torrential downpour for our trip to Asakusa. It rained on us at Asakusa last year too so we made a change. We switched Odiaba to today because it is mostly an inside day. We toured the Odiaba district and mall to see how western business is perceived by the Japanese. We also were able to see where they have begun to build ...
... of the area and a map marking key locations, such as
supermarkets and temples. The hostel seemed to have once been an
expensive hotel; featuring ceiling speakers, dimmer lights, air-con
and radio control panels with big switches and dials making it look
like something out of the thunder birds....FAB! Again, we were
surprised at how quiet everything was; little traffic with just quite
hybrid cars whispering along, people stood waiting to ...
... and Japan is a country of aging citizens) are riding bicycles on the sidewalk or walking, even in the heart of Tokyo, making it feel, to us, friendly and easy-going.
Another change from forty years ago is the physical size of Japanese people. I remember being able to see two blocks ahead on a crowded sidewalk because I was so much taller than everyone else. But today's young Japanese are taller and huskier than their ...