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... could not read, but said it was handcrafts category so we thought that could be it. We walked out of the elevator right into the middle of it! Yarn and fabric and notions and all kinds of good stuff! So exciting. Some fabric was purchased and for a reasonable price. So Joel had decided he wanted a pen from the Tokyu Hands store we were at yesterday, so we started heading up that way. A few blocks away I noticed there were ...
... to travel on the bullet train. By Riley: I really like the onsen it was amazing I had a fantastically good time at the snow there is so much powder snow now we are going to Tokyo I can't wait. By Matisse: The powder in Kiroro was amazing. I went up the Gondola which goes up really high. And I can't wait to go on the bullet train. Riley and I brought a box of chocolates each yum ;D. I hope that when we come home it won't be 40 degrees . Se you guys soon. :D :) In the evening: We ...
... stay underground, so we opted for a full-day metro pass to give us the freedom to hop on and off wherever we wanted, and to travel the full length of the system. It's a big metro system. First stop, the Tsukiji Fish Market. Mario and I decided in the end that we saw no benefit to spending the night in a manga cafe, wake up at 4 in the morning, just to watch a bunch of men yelling at each other about big fish while freezing our butts off. ...
... and you will see even more of this on a whole new level............)
We then headed to the Harijuki area of Tokyo. This is where the next photo comes into play. There is a street called Takeshita Street which is of another world! It is the epitome of Japanese pop culture. Its so busy and so .....PINK LOUD HELLO KITTY CAT EARS CUP CAKES AND GIGGLES. So fun to experience.
Then....DISNEYLAND. Two words to sum up. Go there.
... two gaijin, if our restaurant had been on the top of a tower block, I think Baby would have jumped.
Sandwiched between native speakers, it was going to be difficult for this English teacher to disguise the fact that he could hardly understand a word of the language.
In this kind of situation, alcohol was the kind of social lubrication that we needed, and luckily for us the boring speeches had ended, and a "Kampai" ensued.
After the first pitcher of ...
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