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... to Akihabara which is also known as electrical town. Any type of electrical goods you can buy here. The apple products are so so cheap. I was thinking about getting a phone but having read about it, it turns out the Japanese apple products are slightly different to the European ones. For a start the wattage in the country is a lot lower as I found out when I plugged my ghd's in this morning and they didn't work :-(. In Akihabara everywhere you look ...
... the tourist swamp. Thanks TripAdvisor, for pointing me here!
Otsuka's was pretty much the most delicious food I've had since I came here. for <10 bucks you get a full set lunch of beef bowl, pickles, soup, salad, and iced tea. I AM THRILLED that they thought I was Japanese based off our initial interactions, which means my accent has finally gone prostyle.
When they heard I was an American, I got a celebrity treatment - they had me ...
... forns de pa i croissants boníssims i trobem llet per poder menjar els nostres cereals.
. Tokyo te 13 milions d’habitants i la seva metròpolis, amb 26 milions, és la més gran del món. Un dels llocs que ens segueix agradant més de Tokyo és el centre de Shibuya, sobretot en el moment que el semàfor de vianants es posa verd i hi ha milers de persones que creuen en totes direccions.
... so generally the smaller the number the higher the quality.
It was surprisingly cold and windy out so we did a bit of shopping at Uniqlo (think overseas GAP) for a jacket and some T-shirts to help provide some relief for our cold, hard nipples! Tired of wearing the same old dry-fit T's for months, it was great to know what cotton felt like again! For dinner, Nami took us to Shibuya - Tokyo's futuristic looking district of neon signs and ...
... go get the real one. 5 minuets later she returns with a tightly sealed box and wearing special gloves. She takes it out shows it to me then hands me a massive print out of how to properly care for and display a cell. Well almost 500 bucks later I now own a piece of Laputa. So ******* happy.
I already knew this day was the best day of the trip beating out Matsumoto only because it panded to my animation obsessions but what I didn't know ...