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... they selled out. I asked the girl behind the counter what my options were and how much a seat would cost and after letting me finish my story she politely notified me of the fact that this was the ticket counter for upcoming games, which was also clearly stated on signs in front of the counter. :-D
I went to the right ticket counter and quickly noticed that my options were limited since a lot of sections were already sold out. I still managed to get a ...
... an anime character accompanying it. I was home. Shortly after we where in Tokyo. It is amazing how anime is integrated into their culture. Their are every where helping you with safety, selling you random products and even in the carpet patterns! The hostess of anne hostel was amazingly helpfull and even took time to uise her personal ...
... around Kawasaki for a change. Usually, when we are there, we just catch a train and go out to wherever. It is quite an interesting suburb. Lots and lots of Pachinko palours. These are the gambling dens in Japan, a bit like the pokies or slot machines at home. The gamblers just sit there staring at ball bearings that drop down. They roll a large ball on the console which controls the speed at which the balls drop. If they get lucky, a whole lot of balls will drop into the tray. They ...
One of the interesting things was seeing right in the center of town, because it is so crowded, the sports fields are inter weaved in the buildings. Not like the sports complex open fields like here in USA.
Of course no visit to anywhere in Asia would be complete without a visit to a temple or two. We visited two very different one from each other. One more ...
... the museum we rushed back to our hotel to meet up with Haruna, my friend from 2nd grade. She had planned for all of us to go on a tour of Tokyo, that included Seaside Top (40th floor observation deck), the Imperial Palace, Asakusa market (including the Senso-Ji Temple and Nakamise street) and a riverboat cruise. Seeing the city from the observation deck gave me a much better idea of the size of the city - we had spent all of our time riding the underground trains that I didn't really ...