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... brought storm protection, not sun protection) and a bottle of Calpis Granny Smith Apple yogurt soda, quite tasty. Next stop was the Yokohama Museum of Art for their Yokohama Triennale modern art exhibition. I can confirm that modern art is still in crisis. I saw three artworks composed of trash, a commentary on our abuse of the natural environment and perhaps a plea to consider the artistic implications of the mundane. There were too ...
... Rikyu Garden. A very peaceful spot right in the middle of the city. The trees were in full autumn splendor, and the many ponds were full of ducks. We were offered a free audio guide that helped point out the highlights of the park -- including a 300 year old pine tree.
From here it was a quick walk to the Ginza district -- Tokyo's fancy shopping area. Pretty similar to other sectors of other cities with major ...
... all you can drink for a set price place and after that a karaoke and drink all you want. The lesson of the night is never to take me to an all you can drink place, ever. Not remembering leaving forgotten about, the night was good, up until I remember, I must remind. Was really fun, especially to hear Natalie sing properly hehe. Woke up feeling awwwwwwwwful sweetie. Just, awful. And didn't help we had to get up early, check out, and travel into Tokyo and back out the other side to Narita. ...
... shopping area for electronic, computer, games and otaku goods, including new and used items. We had to try Japanese tempura and this is what we had for lunch.
The last stop before getting on Skyliner to go back to our hotel was Ueno park. Absolutely fabulous, this was the right spot to pick for having a rest after having a long and exciting day. Ueno Park is a spacious public park in the Ueno district of Tokyo. ...
... visiting Sensoji Temple. Unfortunately about 100 000 Japanese have decided the same thing.
Despite the crowds I'm determined to scour the markets which are full of traditional artisans selling beautiful handicrafts - fans, ...