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... we were pushing lunch time and wanted to do a lot of things in a short amount of time. We didn't want daylight to end our time in the sun.
We ended up walking around the business district and came upon a giant shopping center. Spent some time in the shopping center, hunting for money, looking around, getting some English Help at the Information Desks. The shopping centers were so large in Japan that you could spend half a day just walking around ...
... had just got even better. We were staying in a hostel with bunk beds and foreign men from Australia and Germany. It was the strangest process to make my bunk and wonder where I should lay all my feminine belongings amongst such proper toned men.
We left our hostel and ventured out for our first meal in Tokyo. My rule of thumb travelling to Japan was to not eat anything I had ever eaten before...or any food that wasn’t Japanese. I almost met this goal until I saw a ...
It's strange how a place that is so foreign can start to feel so comfortable. I still don’t understand most of the things going on around me, but that’s ok. I am starting to hear words that I understand here and there. Brent has completely fallen in love with the city. He’s even considering extending his trip to spend more time here. I love the city and all it has, but mostly I’ve fallen in love with the people. I’ve only ...
... From up high in the Tokyo World Trade Center you can see the size and spread of the city, there was no end in sight in any direction. While up there we planned our next move, a subway trip to Shibuya and from there a walk to the Meiji Shrine and the Yoyogi Park, where a lot of teens hang out.
On the streets of Tokyo and in ...
... his mistake before we went any further and we quickly changed and headed back to Bakurocho station.
When we got off the train at Bakurocho station we found that there were still lots of homeless people living in the tunnels (a very strange sight in Japan) and Annabelle decided that she would like to give all our winter clothes to them before we left. Back at Tokyo Ninja we were soon checked back ...
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