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... An expensive but very worthwhile experience. On our last full day in Tokyo we took the subway to the Tsukiji fish market which is situated just above the train station. We arrived shortly after the auction which is not really open to visitors, that said we saw unusual looking fish as you will see from the photos. Later we went to the Ikebukuro shopping area to visit the electronics stores which were absolutely huge, the camera section alone in one store was bigger than our local ...
... it great). Yesterday after figuring out our first money exchanges and ATM's we made it to the grocery store for a few fun minutes of guess what you are eating and then hopped on the trains, which are much faster than car travel according to google maps, and headed for the Asakusa district in the heart of Tokyo. There we perused the Sensoji Temple and surrounding touristy marketplace. For any of you curious about samurai swords, the most expensive one ...
... all the words. Like I said before - now I was filled with sake so everything was good! Now I had the munchies! Lunch was at a seafood restaurant where they had this huge rectangular hot pot filled with seafood and vegetables with a side of crab miso soup. It cooked right in front of us. Anna, Erin and I shared the pot. It was great! Fish, scallops, shrimp, some kind of guts, bean sprouts, onions with a bib to protect you from hot splatters. Ainu Museum was ...
... wooded spot just a few steps from the train station. Much of the temple was destroyed during the 1923 earthquake, but many of the buildings remain thanks to careful restoration work. Just a short distance away, we stopped at the Tokei-ji Temple which is a quaint little temple (by comparison) which has an interesting history of providing shelter and eventual freedom to women who wanted to divorce their husbands -- a practice not generally allowed ...
... we had some strange looks as he walked around with it. We have long started to ignore strange looks since we got them all day long while in China. When we purchased ice cream for Chloé the cashier held up a sign for us to read. it said, in about 4 different languages, that it is requested that you not eat or drink while walking down the street. There is an area beside each food vendor with tables, or a standing area that they expect you to stay ...
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