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... out to be a little more than ¥23,000. I feel like I bought so much but that ¥23,000 lasted me the whole time I was in Japan.
I know this may sound like such an American thing to do, but I went to McDonald’s. Before you start moaning about how I am in a country known for certain foods, I would just like to say that the first food I ate in Japan was sushi and this McDonald’s would not be the last thing I would eat either so I void out your argument. ...
... soft and hard) and any additions we had paid for.
While waiting for our food I reviewed the information I had about Akihabara to plan where we should go next. This ended up being the @Home Cafe where we had a drink (and dessert in Victor's case) surrounded by girls dressed as french maids. It was quite the experience as we had to sing along with our waitress while she shook our soda syrup drinks. A part of every package is a photo taken on ...
... amount of tectonic shifting that happens around Tokyo. After the pagoda we went to a Japanese garden, which I could essentially call a park. They keep their gardens essentially wild, and there weren't elaborate displays of flowers around so I would call it a park.... We had some green tea at a tea house inside the park and then we were off to the world's largest fish market, the Tsukiji Market. At that place in Seoul where I had the IPAs I ...
... A good time to waste an hour if just looking to relax.
This is about the time that we started walking around looking for lunch. As I said in an earlier post, I'm not the most open and experimental person when it comes to trying foods that I think are unappetizing. So after a while I came across a packed out McDonald's and tried as many burgers as I could. I wanted to see how different they do things in Japan to the way things are done in Australia.
... and something out of a sci-fi movie. I finally braved the rest of my evening by a trip to Shinjuku, the entertainment, mad area of Tokyo, and it was exactly that. Very busy, very confusing with lots of people, slot machines, karaoke bars, restaurants with hideous fish and live crabs on ice in buckets outside, that sort of thing. I'm so tired now, must get some sleep as I'm leaving for Aus tomorrow evening!