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... electronics department store.
Ah yeah, we ordered 3 separate packages from Amazon Japan today. They all arrived to our room a couple of hours later. So cool!
The typhoon is getting stronger now with amazing winds and a lot of rain. It's certainly a great experience.
Tomorrow we're off to Hiroshima, which needs no introduction, of course... ...
... the same as the monks get. But again it was delicious although i didn't recognize much of the ingredients, except for the rice, miso soup and black tea this time. Since there were no chairs to sit on but only a pillow i tried folding my legs like i was supposed to. But i guess i'll have to do some more stretching as a could only keep this position up for about a minute.
After breakfast i went to my room to pick up my bag which i'd already packed and did a last idiot ...
... color: rgb(17, 17, 17); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: 18px;"># of taxis: 2
# of trains: 173
# of flights: 14
# of ferries: 3
... It was nice and very quiet considering it was located in the middle of the city just off of one of the main roads. We continued on from there to the Palace. The grounds were closed so we took some pictures from outside the gate and moved on. We were heading to Meiji Shrine, but somehow managed to pass it by... this became the theme for the rest of the day. After missing the shrine we continued to the Roppongi district which is known as the home for ...
... light situations. In a word, it's **** so i had real difficulty getting good shots - eventually i resorted to taking some video which should hopefully better convey the scale of the place, it's pretty mind-blowing!
After leaving the main aquarium and wandering through the jellyfish tanks, you come to the final cool littlw room which has a large shallow tank in which swim a load of rays and sharks that you're actually allowed to touch! So naturally i ...