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... It was so out of the way she got lost herself and had to phone for directions. We finally found a dark bamboo pathway up to one of the coolest finds ever. It was a cook your own dinner place with each table having a built in grill in the middle. We had a blast creating our own Japanese pancake/omelette meals. The results were delicious.
Today has been easier going, with only one item on the to do list, Kamakura which is about an hour and a ...
... heads and live odd sea creatures. The fishermen or the preparers were using saws to cut big fish apart. We then made our way back to the market and explored an amazing pottery 'shop'. I found a cute little dish for 120 yen (which is about $1). Like I said earlier I wish I had more time there. Something interesting about the tour was that we took the subway everywhere. We went to make sushi in the dungeon of a little restaurant in Ginza (big fancy ...
We are sleeping ungodly amounts! We wake up after another 12 hours and still feel groggy. I think travel takes it out of ya! But we rally have some breakfast and around 1- we finally hit the street to investigate Tokyo.
We are staying in the Shibuya district a very cool sheik almost Time Square type area of Tokyo. Everything is accessible by metro but it's very very confusing so most of our investigation happens by foot.
... on some salt, lemon, and soya sauce, torched the top so all the juices were boiling the fish pieces and then served. There is a video. We also went to a
shrine in the area.
Once 11 o'clock hit we headed for the market. Now up until this point drivers have been amazing, well here, I felt as though I was back in China, people we zipping around in these small truck like vehicles, I was almost run over three times and that was watching in all directions. There were no ...
... journey starts in Tokyo as he tried to wade through the city to find our hostel.
Alistair: Housemate and Anime enthusiast, with three prior visits to Japan under his belt, his sound understanding of Nihongo (Japanese Language) made him the Japanese Master.
David: My other house mate who was far too tall for Japan, David was destined to hit his head on every low doorway. Dave’s love of Shinkansen (bullet ...