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... or so at the temple we were ready to head back to our hotel. I had been looking forward to this because we were getting to ride a Shinkansen (bullet train) on one of the legs. Capable of going 200mph, I was surprised to learn Shinkansen is celebrating its 50th year anniversary. As we got to full acceleration, I was like a kid in a candy store as I watched the buildings whiz by. I can't believe how smooth it was. I looked at the local riders and they couldn't have cared ...
... palace we needed to fill out a form on the Internet and get approved. Oops.
Where is a good place to go after lunch? How about the parasitology museum. The train dropped us about a half mile from the entrance to the museum. The museum is small but packed with a ton of nasty things. The bottom floor showcases jars and jars of parasites found inside animals. Upstairs shows the myriad of parasites that live in humans. We even found the Chagas bug and a picture of the ...
... that passed, so we decided to seek refuge in some of Harajuku's quieter backstreets. We ambled happily along, Lesley flitting in and out of second-hand clothing shops full of retro and vintage designs, while I snapped photos of street scenes and random bits of graffiti. Lesley had read about the Design Festa gallery which was nearby. The gallery hosts resident artists who display their work in small and highly personalised galleries, where the public are free ...
... and rice / soup noodles. After dinner we continued onto Jinbocho area, which had streets of very interesting second hand book shops. Many had english collections, including some eccentric titles and classics such as the 2nd edition of the Oxford English Dictionary going for a few hundred pounds. Finally we completed our epic walk at Akihabara, also known as electric city, where in addition to the mass of neon there were tens of electrical and ...
After getting adjusted to the time change and mentally preparing for the new routine we would have on weekdays for the next 3 months, the time had come to start what was the primary purpose of this trip - Work!
For a culture that is known for working around the clock, I quickly learned that their clock doesn't really start till about 9 or 9:30 in the mornings. In the States, I prefer to get into the office by 8 so I can leave at 4, and getting in early ...
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