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... The water was brown but looked nice. After that, we saw the greenhouse before we left. They had some cool plants in there.
The walk back was so long. It had to be over 95 degrees out and the last thing I wanted to do was walk back but the stop was a bus stop, not a subway. The schedule sign was in Japanese so we had no clue what we were doing so we just walked back.
... the station and bought our ticket, only to find out we actually had to get a train and then a bus to the airport because it was a different terminal, and the trains only run every half an hour and the journey would take at least an hour. We had an agonising wait for the train as we had just missed one, and calculated that if everything ran on time and in our favour, we might get there just as our check-in desk closes- THIS WAS SO STRESSFUL! We stood up the whole way on the train ...
- Rice cake (mochi) creation in hotel foyer;Daniel and I helping with pounding the dough
- Off to Harjuku Station, firstly to visit Meiji Shrine (along with a million other people)
- Then to Takeshita Street for Daniel's splurge on fashion
- back to hotel for r&r then off to Tokyo Dome City for a Japanese ...
... then we head right into the heart of it. We wander through the masses, popping into various department stores just to browse. It's a lot of fun to browse here - there's so much different stuff, and yet there's so much we now recognize after 2 weeks of being submerged in it.
Coincidentally, we happen upon the beginnings of a celebratory parade heading through Shibuya shopping district. It's in honour of ...
... same. Unfortunately, my western skiers body could not hold that pose for the rest of the ceremony, so I had to shift off of my knees.
Soon, I could sense the ceremony coming to a close. Three monks got up and lifted up what looked like giant mops. They then waved them over the crowd, made a bow and sat back down. Next, the older monk got up and chanted some, then bowed in three directions of the crowd. Soon, they were all back in line and processing out of the building. ...