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... airport. I had Creme Brulee pancakes, that came with whipped cream and ice cream, very tasty. Eve had an Avacado BLT.
We took a quick look from the observation deck, saw a few bikes attached to cargo containers, and took the Rider flag photo.
Then it was time to get onto our ANA 737 for our short 1 hour flight to Tokyo.
The view from the window was spectacular, with the bright sunshine, the city below, and the flag on the wing.
Woke up at 10am, and headed to Lawsons to buy Universal Studios tickets - tricky since the machines all in jap. Then headed on the train to Harajuku!! Harajuku was not as I expected as well. The streets were quite old and kind of like Koenji except with a lot more people. The light sprinkle of rain also gave it a more scenic vibe. We looked at the crowded street shops which housed many typical rip off goth and Lolita fashion, as well as expensive ...
... with a few beers for Phil who felt the strong urge for a beer.
Because most things are written in Japanese symbols Phil asked the young shop asst (looked 15, was probably 22) if there was shellfish in what he had selected. The young guy read all the ingredients then looked at Phil, then crossed his arms in front of him as though he was about to take us out with karate. This translated to NO. I nearly burst out laughing except ...
... to go through Handada's Tokyo airport again, this time with a 6 hour layover before heading home to the states. My first of 3 flights is on ANA, a brand new 787 Dreamliner, with fancy seats, controlled window lighting, high tech bathrooms, with one having a window in it so you can pass the time enjoying the view outside!
I land in Tokyo and it's like entering a different world than chaotic Bangkok. Japan and Thailand, though very close to enjoy, are quite different. ...
... Market is best known as one of the world's largest fish markets, handling over 2,000 tons of marine products per day. Tsukiji Market consists of an inner market where most of the wholesale business and the famous tuna auctions are taking place and an outer market whose retail shops and restaurants carter to the public. We don't make it to the auction as you need to start lining up by 4am and there are only about 150 who are let in everyday but we do make it in ...