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... the tourist swamp. Thanks TripAdvisor, for pointing me here!
Otsuka's was pretty much the most delicious food I've had since I came here. for <10 bucks you get a full set lunch of beef bowl, pickles, soup, salad, and iced tea. I AM THRILLED that they thought I was Japanese based off our initial interactions, which means my accent has finally gone prostyle.
When they heard I was an American, I got a celebrity treatment - they had me ...
... train tickets. Nice.
Figuring out the Japanese trains in Tokyo was easier than expected and I arrive at the Edo Museum with no problems.
The Edo Museum building is unusual to say the least. The building almost starts at the 5. floor.
The museum itself is good although I expected it to be bigger. It was interesting that then public was allowed to touch and even use some of the reconstructed objects.
Steps / strides ttoday : ...
... of people with an avenue leading up to it full of stalls selling gimmicky touristy ****. Really not my thing. I had planned to visit the National Museum in the afternoon but since it was closed headed down to the Akihabara district. This the "geeky" area, full of electronic stores and anime. It's quite cool walking around the narrow streets in the rain with all the neon signs, has a Blade Runner vibe to it. However there's only so long you can take before you want to get out of the ...
... of the city in the Asakusa area. I thought Betsy would be able to replace her letter opener here but all of the souvenir shops were closed for the night. The trip was not a failure though because we got to see Senso-ji temple at night, which was a new time of day for me to see it, and there were so many less people in our pictures. We walked down the main road and found a little mom & pop looking tempura restaurant. There looked to be two regulars, or at least locals in the ...
... as we decided to turn back, the rain came. We ducked under an overpass as the rain turned into a downpour. After waiting for at least 20 minutes for it to subside, we decided it was hopeless and made a wet walk home.
Our second day in Japan we headed for Mount Fuji and didn't return until Monday at about noon. We were wet, dirty, and sore from Mount Fuji, but decided the one thing we could drag ourselves to was a Japanese bathhouse called an onsen. Onsens are ...