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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... history. This was between 1603 and 1868 under the Tokugawa shogunate. There were small scale villages and palaces as well as a kabuki stage and the matsuri floats. We were only allowed to photograph the permanent exhibition and not the special one.
We did not have enough time to visit the gardens. We will do it after the tour finishes. We decided to go back to find the elusive Kanda Myojin Shrine again in Ochanomizu. Once again, we followed the ...
... but the direction we decided to take led us right into centre of the electronics district. Around two blocks from the train station was a main road of the flashing lights and sound effects of thousands of arcade machines. It's wasn't full of the games you would find in the game shop or HMV at home like GTA, Call of Duty and FIFA but manga, Street Fighter and Mario. The manga thing is way too much... It's almost like they feel that censorship does not apply to cartoon women, ...
... we visited 2 more gardens; the Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden and the Jindai Botanical Gardens. Sadly, once again not nearly enough time, but as the gardens had last entries at 3:30 and 4pm and shut an hour later, there was nothing to be done.
We were back in the hotel at 5:30, and at 6, Japanese friends of Aline arrived to take the 3 of us off to a party at the company HQ, of a group of people who used to work with her in ...
... If not, there was 5% off for duty free. The salesman said that I was not entitled to the points card as I wasn't local, although the other salesman (who couldn't speak English) was about to give me one. He was surprised that I had a BIC Camera one as well as a Yamada-Denki one. He asked how I managed to get one. I told him that I had had it for years and no one said that I couldn't have one. I was protesting with the salesman, politely, of course, that the price tag was for the ...
... hour entertainment from this newly discovered technology.
After a nice breakfast and surprisingly good coffee, we set off to find our way to Narita Airport. We opted to take the train as we had the time and what a fun way to see the city.
So after many helpful people guided us to the right trains to take we made it to Narita Airport in about 90 minutes. Looking at the Tokyo subway/train system, it would have taken us a lot longer and ...