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We woke up early again to watch the sunrise over the port. Yokohama was beautiful! This was the most amazing sight I have ever seen. Mt. Fuji, the sunrise, JAPAN. As we sailed into port, a bunch of Japanese people were waiting for us and a group of men did a drumming ceremony for us. After that we all quickly got ready…lucky for me I stayed the first night on the ship so I did not have to bring my backpack full of clothes ...
It looked pretty bleak out when I first got up. I decided I wanted to do something inside. Unfortunately, many museums are closed on Tuesdays but I noticed there were a few in the Ueno area (the area around my hotel) that were open. The National Museum is in the neighborhood but I decided I'd visit it on a Friday in March when it's open late. I thought I'd go to three of the smaller ones today.
The Daimyo ...
... on. So we had an awesome training with free music and the most amazing view. We could see Tokyo from where we were training.
And on sunday we went back to Shibuya for some training. Masaru was meeting someone (Ken-Chan) there, this person wanted to give the traceurs from Tokyo a free shirt, because they were all wearing different ones when he met them the first time. So I got a free shirt as well! Rest of the day was training in Shibuya.
... life, but as we were in Japan it seemed like the perfect place to try it out.
We plugged in the code of his song and waited for it to come on the screen and Annabelle turned on the camera and waited. Suddenly he was like a man possessed and Annabelle looked on a bit surprised as Chris belted out (You're the) Devil in Disguise by Elvis Presley, trying his best to get into the mood of it all by striking some Elvis poses as ...
... served until the game is over. I really enjoyed my first Japanese baseball game!
Yomiuri Giants 2, Seibu Lions 1
Game 2: Chiba Lotte Marines at Yakult Swallows, Jingu Stadium
I was equally excited to see my second game as it was in an outdoor stadium built in 1926, and I wanted to see what specific customs and cheers other teams had, in comparison. The Yakult Swallows are Tokyo's second team, less successful and popular than the Giants...which made ...
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