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... Clive James programs of the 90's of how weird the Japanese were when really it was a very effective face to face encounter that sorted our issue out straight away. No IVR press 1 for this 2 for that just someone there telling us what to do. So onto the subway, heavy bag in tow, and we get off at Bashamichi and the hotel is literally 50 yards away from the subway station, excellent. We can't check in until 3pm so have a couple of hours ...
... decided to sleep on one of these seats, as at the least it was a warm spot. It was too warm for heated toilet seats as far I was concerned, but I now want to come back in winter just to feel that warmed plastic touch my chilled buttocks.
Coming back I found Amy and Reena at a drinking-water fountain filling up their bottles, gorgeous weather like we were experiencing means hydrating is important. An older Japanese man was talking to them.
He offered to guide us around ...
... half an hour as they somersaulted across the ground, ran around with tyres and tried to hide from us by placing a bag over its head and running away! Overall, our time with the animals proved that you`re never too old for the zoo, however to redress the balance we headed over to the sophisticated and cultural, Tokyo National Museum.
The Museum is the oldest and largest in Japan, holding a vast array of national treasures ...
... in the obvious ways (tall, steel highrises instead of short, wooden houses) but also there was substantially more land to be seen due to all the reclamation. Why stop at 350m when you can go to 450m? We didn't see a reason, so we went up to the second observation deck which actually spirals around from 445m up to 450m. It was a pretty neat design and could see everything from even higher! We were pretty happy that we made it this time.
After SkyTree, we ...
... down at one of the tea houses to enjoy the view as you warm your hands and insides with a cup of something hot.
While it was lovely at night, I think I preferred it during the day, in natural light. The spotlights that are on in the evening, while allowing you to see the colour of the leaves, are a touch too bright. Likewise, ...