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- Reduced mobility rooms
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... to find it in Sydney somewhere. Then I will have to get rid of a mug to make room for it.
We made it back to Kawasaki at 4pm for a very late lunch/early dinner. We each had a bowl of fried rice and gyoza. Luckily, this restaurant does not allow smokers as we could not see any ashtrays on the tables. It was one of those restaurants where you have to pay and buy a ticket for the food. We could not get the small size fried rice as it was part of ...
... and thousands of people cross in all directions. We love to cross from one side to the other, many times, looking at the big screens on the facades of the buildings. We take a stroll through the shopping streets and we enter a Pachinko the mega game parlor, but they told us minors are only allowed in the mornings. We then have dinner at an Australian steakhouse full of Japanese people – not even one "gaijin": An ...
... and even my little pony clothing/accessories etc. then as you went up, so did the prices and style. I was afraid the top floor would just be suits made of money. Else where we found a nice little jazz cafe where we had brunch and around the corner another discount figure store... sigh there goes more money. Then we went to Artina, A square enix cafe next to their HQ. From there we went back to Akihabara where even more money ...
... the men are impressed. We then leave the park and stop to check out the Onsen just outside. The other couple decide to stay but we can't :( On the drive back to the apartment Junko asks if we want to go to dinner suggesting Japanese pancake. We get to the building and check out the other food there is to offer ( turns out this building is actual the train station). We decide that the pancakes would be best as you get to cook them yourself on a ...
... and many young families going in with their beautiful small children ( aged 3,5 or 7) all dressed in traditional costume. Apparently it is customary to present children of those ages to the temple. Next a trip to shibuya which was awash with humanity and traffic and neon signs; positively overwhelming! Fabulously tired, we made our way back to shinagawa for a leisurely meal and home. Great ...