Keikyu EX Inn Shinbaba
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Woke up at 10am and got ready to leave for Akihabara, taking a slight detour to exchange mels skirt from Shibuya 109. Akihabara wasn't all it lived up to be. Streets were pretty dull, with a lot of tourists, and not as many lights and advertisements as Shibuya. However we did manage to find the maid cafe Maidreamin!!! Had some really kawaii food and dessert, which didn't taste too bad, whilst maids ran around bringing in new ...
... a monster man. Putting a ball of rice against fish was harder then it should have been (so many steps). We got awards after we were done. Free time after sushi, we stayed in Ginza and went looking for a little whole in the wall second hand camera shop. We landed up at Starbucks, got an amazing chocolate chip mocha frap and shared it on our way to the Imperial palace. That was super touristy, but a cool thing to see! Then we took the subway back to ...
... aka little adorable Absinniyan cat) was busy trying to steal all the tuna and standing over my Gingerale (this place would not pass any sort of restaurant code in Canada). The lady told me to watch out for him because he will still all my treats when I'm not looking, and she wasn't wrong. He was like a little Piranha.... quickly grabbed a big biteful and ran away.
I of course made sure all the kittens got some tuna treats, though. My favourites were ...
... to figure out where my hotel was. After around 20 minutes and several clueless people I asked, I decided to venture to the street level to see if my sense of Japan direction was still working. It was! I walked straight there without getting lost, which shocked the hell out of me, let me tell you.
So I'm typing this up from the hotel, I'm heading to bed shortly, I've got a long train ride ahead tomorrow.
... nerd-stuff I've dreamed about doing for an unbearably long time.
I toured Nakano Broadway; I visited obscure, niche doujin shops on the 4th floor of a back alley Akiba building; I went to the Square Enix cafe and gallery and drank a Hi-Potion; I took a day trip to the Toei Animation Studio, creators of Sailor Moon, DBZ, and One Piece; I went to Odaiba, where a massive Gundam Statue awaited, adjacent to a Gundam Museum wherein every Gundam plamo ever made has been ...