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... I would spread the word on his work as a voluntary guide, so if anyone reading this is going to Tokyo and would like to be led around by Makoto, please get in touch with me so I can give you his contact details.
Our next stop was the tallest freestanding broadcasting tower in the world, the Tokyo Tower. Mimicking the Eiffel tower in Paris, except for its red and white paintjob, we wanted to take a few pictures.
On our way there we happened upon Marco Sanchez, who I had ...
... inducing neon signs and five storey video screens shouting for your attention as you cross the roads. It’s an overwhelming experience alright. Fads and trends that shape the nation’s (and indeed the world’s) youth originate here. There are just so many young people about in Shibuya that you would never guess Japan’s birth-rate has fallen off a cliff and a population time bomb is imminent.
Yes there is many places ...
... shibuya: everything i read about harajuku was that you must go on sunday. that's the day all the teenage girls do their cosplay thing and roam the streets. think like anime meets gothic circus. i was determined to take pictures of their crazy fashion, but apparently they're banned by the police these days. little old man in yoyogi park gave me the scoop. yoyogi was very pretty. lots of people hanging out. reminded me of dolores park in san fran. walked up and ...
... market was chaotic to say the least, with Japanese people whizzing around on forklifts so choreographed, no idea how they didn't crash. And what a selection of fish - octopus to eels, and many more we had no idea what they were, there were thousands. We also saw them filleting some of the massive fish. Scott was loving it and took loads of photos. Afterwards we tried to get into a recommended sushi place nearby, but we actually couldn't tell which one ...
... terminal. Then we had to get boarding passes and seat allocations. A bit of a palaver!
Our tour was led by a diminutive white-haired Japanese lady who spoke excellent English. She told us that her nickname was Lady Ninja which I thought was a bit of a joke; however it turned out that she belonged to a long line of Ninjas who were trained in espionage and assassination. Her great-grandfather was one of the samurai class in the reign of the ...