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... of Tokyo down on the coast. Again I've been there before but I was a spritely 23 year old on my way to live in England then so am more than happy to repeat these visits. It's familiar yet in someways a whole new experience to see them again with my older eyes. It's famous for its giant Buddha statue (Daibutsu) and 6th century temple with even older caves. Again we were lucky to have a local Japanese guide help us out for the day, Rachelle's friend, ...
... It was not scary, it was quite nice and I got to take my shoes off! We were 3 stories down in the ground. It’s weird that Japan has such little/squished/long rooms and stairways. I think it is landscaped like this because all the buildings want to have a street front. In a way the stores are being nice to each other and sharing the area (peaceful like the Japanese). Sushi making- the chef was super fast and good at making sashimi. He was big ...
... and walk- out into the crowded streets. IT is raining today and everyone is carrying an umbrella. An umbrella basically makes people twice their size, so being out in the Tokyo madness was heightened by the umbrellas that everyone was carrying. Thank goodness we still had ours from Florence –and an extra one that was at the apartment.
We went window shopping a lot- they have crazy stores, local and global brands. They ...
... they were literally coming from all directions. The fish market went on for ever, we didn't even see half of it but spent nearly an hour walking through, they had so many different types of fish, even gooey duck -which I had at Yasuda's. It was one of the most impressive things I have seen. Despite what might look like mass confusion, if you watched closer it was a well oiled machine. Everyone played their roll, and as tourist we were just in their way. To be honest I don't blame ...
... him quickly rise to become the Train Master.
Paul (Me): Along for the ride and cultural experience, with paper based instructions to get to all our accommodations, I was the Hostel Directions master, guiding us safely to our temporary homes.
Taxi Driver: Tried his best to get us to our hostel, with a trunk full of shopping and no understanding of English.
Touching down on Haneda airport at ...
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