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... bars and restaurants. I've always been in love with Japanese signage. Not the big flashing modern signage, the old school lantern to let you know you can come in version. Follow the lights. My favorite places (without even trying them) have a lantern hanging by the door and a banner welcoming you in. The best places will have 2 or 3 stools crammed up to the bar in a place you couldn't fit a smart car in. You walk by 1 or 2 vending machines at every corner. Most ...
... better be patient.. which Philippe is not
... clothing. We also saw the Geisha dance on the scene. The whole ordeal was fun! There is a reason this festival attracts a crowd as big as the population of Stockholm. The expected rain was cancelled as well. Sadly I lost my phone there so I cant provide you with the pictures. Another time I ...
... Why can't we have fresh food delivered to Canadian 7-11s three times a day?
We started out in Harajuku, which is only one train stop away from us. Turns out not much is open on Mondays (or the stores don't open until 12:00), so we changed plans and headed to Akihabara. I will definitely be returning to Harajuku though, as the stores have me very intrigued! Akihabara is coined the "Electric Town" of Tokyo, and is basically the Anime and ...
This Saturday my manager and one of the other project members took me and two visitors from Poing (Germany) along for some sightseeing. It was a great way to learn more about each other and at the same time get to visit some of the must-sees of Tokyo.
The Tsukiji Market is a place which a certainly want to visit once more. Adjacent to the fish auction the small streets are filled with tiny restaurants and ...