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... so small,this meant a trip to a fast food Raman bar, ken ordered three bowl, small, medium and thick. Like goldilocks. Then three very drunk salary men came in who were kens friends. They loved us and kept saying "book make" and "camel" at us with lots of weird hand gestures. Ken was mortified. We thought it was hilereous. I could not eat the noodles. I did try but I was full! We had to catch the train back after this and then talked outside before we were called I for our ...
... a ship), the newly restored Tokyo train station (very pretty) and J's favourite Japanese store: Muji. And now that he has already received them I can include that I bought him some pyjama's there.
Since I was unstoppable that day (must have been all that sleep and those extra vitamins, not to forget about the lovely sunshine), I walked a little further and went in search of the kite museum mentioned in my guide book. It was so tiny that I needed the help of a security ...
... mix. From walking around this neighbourhood you would guess that Japanese men have the same tastes as young teenage boys!
After having some dinner we then headed back to Shibuya for a drink and some night time photos before deciding to call it a day. Tokyo is very different to anywhere we've been before and it was fun to explore, if not a little challenging as most locals don't speak a word of English and we know absolutely zero Japanese!
as i was waiting for the backpack till 1am and i slept during the day, i thought that i will stay awake till 4am to go to the fish market which starts at 5am. there was quite a bit of a queue when i got there at 4.30 and we waiting till 5.45 to get in. it was the tuna auction. having seen a few other auctions, it wasn't too impressive, but still quite exciting. the market was absolutely amazing though. So many different types of fish and sea creatures. that was just so ...
... hour so we didn’t get the
early night we’d planned on!
3 January 2013 – Day 14 –Day trip
to Mt Fuji
Today was completely under planned but
somehow things ended up working out perfectly! After a quick Internet
search the night before, we decided to do a day trip to the five
lakes district around Mt Fuji. We woke up late and muddled our way to
Shinjuku to try to catch the express bus to Kawaguchiko. Shinjuku
station got the better ...