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... lights turn green and you're constantly resisting the urge to head off to Viridian City to hunt down a Charmander.You expect to score points every time you put something in a bin.
As expected, we spent our entire first day in Tokyo sleeping off the journey and the jet lag waking for a couple of hours in the evening only to get some dinner and go back to sleep again. Luckily this meant that we were wide awake by 6am the ...
... Statue of the dog that kept waiting for his master to return even after he had passed away. We did a little shopping and went home. We were all tired. Tyler did some major shopping. He bought his only sports coat and a jacket at Uni Qlo, - kind of a Japanese Gap. I don't know what everyone else bought. I'm glad Elaine was here to take everyone around while we were gone. Everyone back at the hotel. Tomorrow we travel to ...
... as soon as you get off the elevator at each floor. The bathroom is communal and there are slippers provided as you enter. The showers cost 100 yen, $1 for 10 minutes.
The toilets are different from anything I have seen before. The tank is longer than normal and on the top of the tank is a wash basin with a faucet. The faucet comes on when the toilet is flushed and the water continues to run until the toilet has refilled itself.
... are different rituals to be performed, and prayers to be read, and fortune to be told. It's like an adult theme parks the way people are making the tour of the grounds and each of the stations.
I got to store-hop along Kappabashi-dori, the restaurant suppliers' district shopping street, and Mario indulged me. I bought a sashimi knife. We discovered that if you try your best in Japanese, but fail anyway, people are all the more friendly ...
... bar was independent, we bought all sorts from sushi to BBQ chicken. It was all pretty cheap too since they were ready to close and had discounted everything. We had a look around the wine shop too and managed to blag some samples :) we took the food back to the hotel. The sushi was brilliant! Day 4 We had read about Tokyo's national gardens which were supposedly world class. We decided to give them a visit. They took a bit of finding but were worth the effort. ...