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... and then tried to buy a ticket. Doesn't really matter where in the world you are the subways / metros are all pretty much the same. At first you can't figure out the ticket machine, then you don't know where to put the ticket in to get through the barrier, then when you get to the platform you don't know which way you should go up the line, then you think I wouldn't want to fall off this platform in front of one of them *******s when the train whooshes in, then when ...
... any high quality pictures, so what you see is all I can show you. In
November there is a Tim Burton exhibition planned, which I would not have minded
seeing at all. Oh well, can’t have it all now, can we?
The museum was something else. I mean this in a good way, an excellent
way even. The entire exhibition was about connections and relationships.
The first exhibit was a woman sitting at a table with several pieces of
cloth on the far ...
... I've ever eaten in my life. There then follows a series of vegetables which are cooked to perfection which we had chosen earlier from a basket. There was ooctopus and tofu with octopus roe, a baked rice thing which proved a challenge for my chopstick skills and then a little peach dessert. And some more sake. Ken tried to pay for it all but we wouldn't let him, which upset him a bit, it was very expensive but amazing. After ken said we needed to eat again because the ...
... was much larger than the previous and featured a 360 degrees theatre (where movie is projected all around you, also above and below), excellent natural history exhibits, minerals, meteorites, history of Japanese people, hands-on exhibits that demonstrate various laws of physics and so on.
After, we had some lunch and took a subway to ...
... the “Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building” which allows
you to head to the top for free; giving an awesome view of Tokyo
where you can apparently see Mount Fuji on a clear day; we were not
so lucky. We stayed until sunset before heading to the famous Shibuya
crossing. This is known as a “scramble” crossing where all
pedestrian lights turn green at the same time. With a good view and
coffee from Starbucks, we ...