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Thanks to Toshi, who guided me through Tokyo! It's the city of superlatives and I was impressed how smoothly it runs despite the masses of people. Also, after all my travels in Southeast Asia, it was my first contact with winter (although the weather gods were gracious and welcomed me with sunshine and mild temperatures). I instantly fell ...
... event seemed to be ending. We went up the Fuji TV building hoping we could go on top of the observation deck, but it was already closed. It was a bit disappointing - but not too disappointing as there were other things to see and do, not to mention we would be going to 2 observation decks in the following days. While in Fuji TV building, we saw a small bazaar featuring Calbee products, and a One Piece themed restaurant. I wanted to eat dinner ...
... and we said our goodbyes to the friends we had made there. It was sad to think that this has all flown by so quickly but it really was a whirlwind adventure. We had one more thing on our hit list to do and that was the studio Ghibli museum. So after church and some delicious ramen noodles we were on the train to meet up again with Michi and Yukiko who would be our tour guides for the day. We walked from the station through a Japanese style forest which had a ...
... We left our fellow audience members in a rush to see how long the roller coaster lines were now that it was dark. It was still around an hour and I wasn't keen to do this without dinner. We found a great restaurant, which served a great braised beef and veggies. They were decent meals and we definitely redeemed ourselves from last nights chopped liver sticks. As soon as I put my knife and fork down to indicate that I'd finished my meal, Nat was on the mission again. She laid ...
Sunny and lovely today. We started in the morning with a walk to find breakfast and got distracted by looking for the O'Melveny offices, which we did find. No one was expecting us, but they made us feel at home. Paul knew a couple of the partners who were in, so we got a couple of good insider tips of things to see. Loved the art work in the offices – one of my favorite parts of the day. We also found the museum presenting the fabrics that Kyla likes; planned to ...