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... a Panda Parfait.)
Following the Panda Debacle of 2015, we met with our good friend, Aiko. We've known Aiko since Autumn 2007, when Natascha and Aiko began their PhD journey together (Platinum Cohort!) at the UW iSchool in Seattle. We've not seen her since 2014, at the iConference in Berlin. As usual, it was such a treat to enjoy her company!
She took us to Kissako, a Japanese tea room -- definitely not for gaijin. We ordered matcha green tea, a matcha mochi ...
This morning we awoke at 8:00am for breakfast. Afterwards we went to our nearest subway station (Asakusa Line) and went to the Sky Tree station. We wondered around before finally finding the entrance with some help. There was a 10 minute wait but the elevator was amazing! It went 10 floors per second (600 floors per minute). The view was fantastic from the 350 meters up. We could even see Mt. Fuji! ...
... deal, which included a drink, dessert and snapshot. We were shown a board with pictures of the maids available for taking our picture with and made our pick.
We drank our drinks, ate our desserts and waited our turn to be called out for our snapshot. We saw other patrons go before us and put on mini costumes for their snapshots; headbands with cat ears and cat-paw mittens or the like.
A little while later it was our turn and we made our way to the little stage, decided on ...
... like some type of downhill skier!
To some extend Tokyo is like this. There are areas such as Akiabara and Shibuya which are surrounded by neon lights and places like Harajuku do have some relly cool looking Japanese people dressed in whacky outfits! But for me Tokyo is like most other cities in the world. It is filled with hard working ...
... the entire market was immaculately clean, no fish smell at all, and incredibly well organized.
After a great tour, we walked over to the train station to catch our train to Nagoya, and then transfer to the Shinkansen to Tokyo, a 5.5 hour journey in total. It was fun seeing the scenery as we traveled along the east coast for a couple of hours and then headed inland a bit. The weather is beautiful today, and we were even blessed with a ...