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After a 2hr delay to our departure in Adelaide, followed by a 9hr delay in Hong Kong due to a typhoon that had passed through their before we arrived, we finally arrived in Tokyo a day later than anticipated.
With Ghibli museum tickets booked in for that morning – and the whole month of July already booked out so no exchange possible, after 24 hours of transiting, it was a quick 10 minute drop off of our luggage at the hotel, and a race ...
... They are very culture driven and when push comes to shove, culture always wins. They do not accept new ideas or ways if they come from outside. It must come from inside of their culture to be accepted. We have had a wonderful time here and felt very at ease even with the language barrier. People smile and say Hai! with a slight bow. They open doors for you and thank you for everything. We would definitely come back!
... various noodle bowls, Tempura and Gyoza (dumplings). I quickly found out just how westernized our versions of these foods are! Although the dumplings and rice bowls are the same, their real noodle bowls and sushi were...uh... not very good. I actually left the authentic Japanese Sushi restaurant craving for the maki sushi I know and love back home. Where can a man get a Spicy Salmon roll in this town?! ;-)
Leaving Tokyo... sort of!
... 20) upwards for just 8 pieces! We decided that although it looked good we'd give that one a miss. The whole area was extremely busy with lots of fork lifts, scooters and one man pick up vehicles whizzing around and keeping us on our toes so as not to get hit. Next we explored the fruit and veg wholesalers and were impressed by the perfect looking products each neatly placed in boxes and even individually wrapped. By 8:30am we managed to get into the main ...
... down the street into the subway. Again to our surprise, we didn't feel gross and stuffed like we normally would after a nice big meal. We quickly found our way back to the hotel, relaxed and tried to find a way to get to bed. Tomorrow's an early day, but I'm not sure how well a 3AM day is going to go! Mostly, I'm sad that this is our second to last day in Japan. Everyday I fall a little bit more in love with the culture and the country. Fingers crossed for the fish market tomorrow!