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... called Uni Qlo. We then explored the nearby Bic Camera shop which was a department store that sold almost everything you could ever want and had a roof top futsal pitch. In Bic Camera we enjoyed a massage on the very expensive chairs. As the sun was setting we made our way the Tokyo Government Building to visit its observatory. Unfortunately, the lights at the shops inside the observatory level made it difficult to take photos of the illuminated city ...
... online in advance so you don’t have to wait in line as long. For the people that didn’t know that, which was a lot of people, you had to get into a different line and receive a numbered card that would tell you what time you could get into line to buy your tickets and go up to the viewing platform. Now keep in mind that we got our numbered ticket at 12:30pm… we couldn’t even get in line to buy our tickets until 5:30 that evening! We ...
... we could see the ticket sellers. Another group arrived behing our group and I think more people were starting to line outside.We got to the front and purchased tickets about 1pm.Then through the bag checkLine up again for the elevators, groups of about 20 people were lead to the entry area of each elevator ready.We squished in, the ride up was so smooth that it was only the feeling in my ears and the electronic ...
... then be viewed differently. I want to get a photo with him as well, tomorrow though as I was shy today.
We had many interesting tech presentations today and I met Falko Schmidt, a fellow supervisee of Stephan Winter! He was from Bremen University (and involved with SFBTR8), so before Stephan came to Melbourne. We traded names for a while and seemed to know many of the same ...
... and style can be seen here that is probably unique to this place only, and most of it has to be seen to be believed. What was incredible for us was the sheer amount of people. One small street, "takeshita dori" (it sounds different in Japanese) is the most famous. It takes a good twenty minutes to walk the 300 or so meters because of all the people. And if you ...