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Why Godzilla Redux you say? Ahh...because we tore up Tokyo today. Matt and I conquered the subway and rail system today like champs. With our jet lag so much better, we went on a 10 hour odyssey that took us from areas representing traditional Japanese culture and faith to the modern world of manga and anime.
Up early, a curse of jet lag (I am writing this at 5:00 am Tokyo time), we set off to figure out our first subway ride. The subway system here ...
... who ended up being all of the elite runners. I thought about taking a picture, but I didn't want to attract any attention to myself since I was still trying to find a way out.
Eventually I managed to find my way back up to the street and got a spot to view the race, or so I thought. There were plenty of other people around waiting, but then all of a sudden the Japanese spectators started walking away and someone who was around me told me that the race wasn't actually coming ...
... the place only had a dozen seats. As it was 3pm, we were the only ones there, which was nice. The waitress was so attached to the baby that she held her for 15 minutes while we ate. We only had to moderately pry her back before we left.
Didn't see much else around Shibuya except for a bunch of teenagers and a really expensive baby toy store. Several high end cars whizzed past us on the side streets. ...
... gathered my things and walked toward the exit. My flight to Tokyo was supposed to depart at 7:35 and I hadn’t heard an announcement that it was boarding. When I reached the front counter, the male agent scurried over to say, “Mr. Wall, I’m sorry, we’re not ready to board your flight yet. Please have a seat. Don’t worry; we will drive you to the gate. Would you like something to drink while you wait?” Well sure, if you insist – ...
... had handed us the menu, everyone suddenly seemed very un-thirsty. At this point my blood to alcohol level must have been much lower than usual, and I was craving a beer.
The prices were standard Tokyo, 1000 yen a drink. I had my bag ready, but didn't want to give the game away just yet....
The waiting game was torturous, but a model caved first. Perhaps, like Patsy from Ab Fab she drank her daily calories. When asked how much drinks were we were delighted to hear ...