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... a whole different city in a matter of minutes. Then again, we'd had that happen quite a few times already earlier in the day, so it was beginning to feel a bit normal.
The thing with the department stores in Tokyo is that it's all about the basements. The other floors are very much what you'd expect to see, and I would equate Isetan to a Nordstrom, or even Neiman, but the basement is a whole different story as there are rows upon rows ...
... station at the right time and waited. His story became a national symbol of loyalty and devotion. We crossed the intersection and started to wander towards Harijuku where Masa promised us a very interesting store called Kiddyland (side note, we thought he said Hello Kitty Land). During the 30 minute walk in the insanely hot sun, we passed through neighborhoods that closely resembled Bloor St, with various high end shops lining the boulevard. We arrived at Kiddyland and ...
... your kayak and heat it too." I laughed so hard. I ended up chugging my whiskey and wine and my beer and whiskey, Rishabh got it on camera. We left around 2 am and walked home. At family mart we stopped outside and ate a jelly desert and a coffee desert thing. We went back to Jas guys hostel and got a jelly alcohol drink from the vending machine. We went to Denny's after and I had pasta with shrimp for breakfast. We finally went to sleep ...
... dining at the shop were a varied bunch. There was us, two gentleman by themselves (one of whom who had presumably paid for the amusement package as he played game of uno with a girl), two young adult girls, a group of guys and two businessman.
We ended our time in Akihabara with a visit to Yoshiba Camera where we looked at the many electronic products they had for sale. While Victor looked at the telescopes and binoculars they had for sale. ...
... people on the subways all seem to have phones in their hands. They are usually looking down at them whether sitting on the trains or standing on the loading platforms. They don't seem to be texting or playing games, but constantly looking at their phones. They don't even look up much to get off at their stops. So, if I want to ask for their help, I have to interrupt them.
Some are waiting for trains. I ask directions and they look up. ...
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