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... farm at rush hour) and Odaiba (a futuristic city not yet completed due to the ongoing recession). Our final day we did some unique things. Miki took us into a small neighborhood and down a couple of alleys before we removed our shoes, and slipped into a Sumo Wrestling stable (a place where the wrestlers train and practice). We were told not to point our feet towards the Sumo ring (a sign of disrespect) and to maintain completed silence. Silence isn't what some of the members of ...
... station. Tried to navigated our way around and to find some food. Headed towards Shinkjuku Dori and into a restaurant. Looked interesting but was empty and the menu sounds average so we just left.
Found another small local restaurant with interesting looking food so stayed there. Lorry lucked out with the soup dish. It was all chicken skin, tripe and offal. Once that was removed, the soup and noodles were quite nice.
... I figure I relate more to the guy reading manga and ask him for directions. He was very helpful and explained to me how to get to my stop and what to do next.
Once I got off the subway is where I realized how I wasn't properly organized. My whole trip was built on the idea that I would have internet connectivity the whole time, or at least most of the time. So the hostel's address was in my email but here I was with no way ...
... shopping and gawping at all the ridiculous fashions so we headed over to the Tsukiji fish market. Again we must of looked pretty lost because a nice American man pointed us in the right direction once we got off the train. We had missed most of the action at the market...its most famous for its tuna sales at 4am but we didn't fancy getting up that early!! We wondered into a alley and ended up in a restaurant and once you are in there's no turning ...
... that has been around for hundreds of years (when Tokyo was known as Edo).
Number 5: Anime. One of the neighbourhoods in Tokyo, Akihabar, appears to be ground zero for the inexplicable anime (short for animation) industry in Japan. It's possible to find anime aimed at just about every age group, and it comes in all forms including video, TV, movies, comic books, etc. There's even anime cafes in which your favourite heroines come to life to serve you a coffee. ...