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... tweeting birds come across an overheard speaker as you approach a set of stairs- presumably as a warning for the vision impaired- and 'incy wincy spider' lets you know when the Shinkansen is approaching and departing, it is very hard to get this song out of your head after weeks of train travel! Australia could learn a lot from Japan's train system, firstly that efficient intercity trains and bullet trains are a great investment in public transport: such ...
... the lift there was an indicator telling us how fast we went, and even though I can’t remember exactly what it said, I do remember feeling suitably impressed at the speed at which we were shooting up the tower. Ears popping every second combined with the feeling you get in your stomach when you’re on a rollercoaster always bring a huge grin to my face.
As the doors opened, my still beaming face was suddenly changed to marvelling at the sight that followed. All of Tokyo ...
In my travels last year I met a multi-lingual (fluent Japanese, English & French) Japanese man called Kazuki (kaz for short) who was good company during my short stay in Los Angeles. Once again proving helpful, he offered to help me set up a SIM card and take me out to meet some friends.
While I wanted to go off and shop, I just ended up chilling at home on the laptop, browsing things to do on Trip Adviser. With so ...
... them. Poking the fish with their hooks, grabbing some of the meat and rubbing it between their fingers and looking at it under a flashlight. No idea what they were looking for, but people were pretty serious. Then the auctioner came in and started ringing his bell. Here we go!
The auction seemed more like a song, the guy was very lyrical. The bidding was incredibly nonchalant. There was some back and forth bidding over one of the fish but it looked more ...
... in and of themselves. This past Christmas, I got to go on a two-for-one date: we hit up both Roppongi Hills and Tokyo Midtown.
The lights are no longer up, but if you're around Tokyo next Christmas, and want an idea for a cheap (the cost of train fare to Roppongi Station) evening out, these places are not too crowded on weekdays. Also, the Christmas market at Roppongi Hills has hearty German snacks and, more importantly, mulled wine.