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... an elderly gentleman from the states who married a Japanese woman and has lived here for 17 years without learning a lick of Japanese....OK), pointed out a whole bunch of things in the area that would be useful to use. Restaurants, grocery stores, $ stores, how to cross the road, and informed us of the `most dangerous intersection in all of Japan!` (It didn't look dangerous at all hahah it just had 5 intersecting roads instead of a normal 4). He also ...
... is Brial along the side walks and in buildings, on walls to list the building and floors, on cans to identify the drink so far it seems like everywhere. There are ramps or elevators when required and cross walk sound alarms to let people know when to cross. SUNDAY- By this point a rest day was well needed. We slept in, of course for me that only meant 8, so I was up and the first one out. We all decided to do our own thing today, Tyler wanted to go shopping, Luke and Lauren wanted to ...
... s no question that this remote is far more useful than the keypad entry. All you should do is now press control button instead of remember an actual code and enter it into your keypad. The remote signal features a collection of about 30 feet or 2m and this also makes it additionally useful. Thus you will have the name 'remote entry'. When you are running on your car under some threat you could invariably press the remote button originating from a distance that'll allow ...
... here - just look at them and tell me whether its real or not.
Price? of course the beautiful & unique stuffs are expensive but there are cheaper stuffs of course!
That is why I just bought few small fake tempuras - my favorite japanese food.
So people, don't forget to visit Kappabashi Dori during your stay - here in Tokyo. So many things that you can buy as souvenirs from here.
... new to do for next time in Tokyo!). Our evening dinner came from the "combini" (convenience store), sampling some of the food we kept eating when we were students.
On Tuesday 12 November, we first went to Shibuya, one of the most busy areas in Tokyo and famous for shops targeted at the younger generations. We walked through the streets, trying to find some of the places we used to go (restaurants, karaokes, etc) ...
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