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... Completely wrong. There were absolutely hudreds, possibly thousands, of these things and the whole thing had an incredible feel as it climbed through a forest which - aside from countless tourists - felt miles away from civilisation despite being only a short ride from the city. There were also a number of other shrines scattered around the several kilometre walk up through the forest and hundreds of fox statues of various ...
After the 13.5 hour flight from Chicago to Narita, I didn't know exactly what to expect when seeing Japan for the first time. The buildings, roads and other structures around the Narita airport seemed familiar as Westerner standards go. However, when we landed and the plane was taxiing to its gate, all the workers outside looked the same. They were all so efficiently busy, I thought Godzilla or a Power Rangers monster could appear at any ...
... 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. ...
... we just wanted something easy so we headed to the McDonalds near our hotel. After that we went out to look for a place to have a couple of drinks. There were several places that looked good, but because it was a Sunday almost everything was closed. Eventually we found this beer pub called The Horn and we decided to give it a try. It ended up being a german bar that is owned by a Japanese man and run ...
... to women's only prices and sections at the Internet cafe, there are also women's only subway cars. I was told that these things are to protect women from sexual assault. The Japanese are very quite. The subways, streets and restaurants were so quite that you could hear a mouse squeak. Well, if there WERE mice, which there are not because of the fact that the Japanese keep everything so clean. Also, all of the toilet seats are heated in Japan.
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