Shibuya Tokyu Inn
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... we got a beer and some yakitori in another little laneway. We have a phrase book and are trying to use the language as much as possible. So when you want to order you say "Sumimasen" which means excuse me. Then you say "itadakimasu" which means I will receive, you say this before you eat. "Dōmō" means thanks. We are having a blast trying to speak Japanese and so at the people here just laugh with us and help out. I love ...
... hotel, which is a HUGE complex in the middle of Tokyo that had signs plastered all over for the "Powerful Meat Fair". Not sure what exactly they were going for here, but just simply is not correct. I think it was something at the luxury restaurant there and they simply picked the wrong word in the thesaurus to replace "great" or "delicious". Powerful meat - perhaps if I went I would have better understood what they meant. We made it to the Shi****wa Prince Hotel Residence and ...
I went to this bookstore called Bookoff, where they sell a loooot of things (literature, magazines, manga, games and consoles, music and DVD's, video... Telephones and... Uhhh.. I think that's it). And again bought manga. And maybe a little present for two of my friends. What I seem to notice by the way, they give all of your change back. So for example, I buy ...
... a Japanese-only vending machine style 'menu' while suffering from considerable jet-lag. But good food was had; long may this continue. I somehow don't think we will be eating many melons or mangos though. I received a tip-off that these fruits are extremely prized in Japan and make excellent gifts when visiting friends/family. But this comes at a cost; I've seen these range from £30 to £320!
One thing at did strike me as odd was ...
... where I laughed so hard I think I scared the Japanese teenagers off!
Day 6 -Thursday:
Our last day in Japan was an early one! We got up at 5:30am to go to the Tsukiji fish markets. We wandered through the markets taking pictures of tuna worth $6000 that had been sold in the auctions before we arrived. That was until a police officer escorted us out because tourists weren't allowed in without an organized tour. So we went in search for some fresh sashimi ...