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... now be fighting cyborgs. Absolute silliness, absolute fun and this before the giant sharks and dragons take on the giant robots. We then have some choregraphed dancing by the women in cheerleader and brass band costumes again to some brilliant music quickly followed by a giant cyborg stegosaurus take on another creature with a women riding on the back. The finale was 10ft robots dancing, women dancing, monkeys and pandas on Segways and more fab music. The fun stopped ...
... hunting blinds, the riding areas etc.
You can borrow the free and excellent audio guide to explain the historical spots, flowers and trees along the way.
Situated in the middle of pond is a traditional Tea House for relaxing and enjoying the scenery too.
And to think there is concrete and 13million people just out there in Tokyo!
By now , food is next on our list..
Japanese pancakes? ...
... very well.
I eventually ended up exploring the mall outside our hotel, and had some fun just looking around and trying on clothing. I didn't buy anything though because I'm much too curvy for the clothes here. However, I found some awesome toy shops and other things. I found the little tree spirits from Princess Monoke for your garden and I'm debating getting one. Should we? Dad, your thoughts? I ...
... the fish tank the night before we decided to look and not touch.
After that we went to geek out at Miraikan which is pretty much the science museum here. The main attractions there was their collection of life like android robots which they try make look and move as close to humans as possible and they also had the Asimo robot. A place like this could really build an interest in the sciences as there were some really clever exhibits. ...
... the Japanese pocket dictionary I was reading that drew them over but never the less I was still thinking "yeah i'm in here". It was only after they sat down next to me and gave me a booklet with a giant cross on it that I realized what was going on, they were bloody Jehovahs witnesses! I opened it up to find some broken English about how god would save me and all that **** and quickly handed it back to them and made myself ...
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