Hotel Terrace Yokohama
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... the bar.
To top things off, we were treated to a husband and wife performance duo singing a variety of songs. Remember that old SNL skit with Will Farrell and Ana Gasteyer as a 'Captain & Tenille'-sort of act? It was almost *exactly* like that -- hilarious! Their set included everything from German drinking songs to a down-tempo cover of Queen's 'We are the champions' (!) mainly in English. Quite possibly the most entertaining dinner we have had in quite a while.
... our first taste of Tokyo cuisine, I checked out and headed out the door, bound for Sugamo station to meet up with my Dad's cousin Andrew. The route was fairly - take a private train line then switching onto the JR (Japanese Rail) line. While this was confusing at first, the activity of changing train lines soon becomes second nature. I was able to meet up with Andrew within a few minutes of the arranged time. Andrew was quick to note and ...
... all of these together. Joe, reliving his youth, Daniel realizing he has a lot of catching up to do to build his collection.
The last stop in the Exhibition Hall...you guessed it, the Gift Shop! Shirts, posters, decals, toys, etc. were for sale. Try to explain to a six year old why you aren't buying a toy here: They cost twice as much as the do online! Plus, he was so overwhelmed with choices. He ended up leaving with a 200 yen ...
... discovery centre. This was great fun for Rune (& the adults). He was in lego heaven.
We wanted to be in Shibuya as it was turning dusk. The intersection in front of Shibuya station is rumoured to be the busiest in the world. When the lights change, people come from all directions at once, sometimes upto 1000 people cross at the same time! Sitting up in the starbucks cafe (as per lonely ...
... side. A helpful man pointed out the final stretch to us and soon we were enjoying our first Japanese Laundromat experience. The time that took allowed us to explore the fish market where we had a pleasant conversation with a 3rd generation shop owner of a tuna drying & smoking shop. She gave us a taste of the fish broth and for the next half day that taste lingered. Powerful stuff.
Afterwards we went for a ...