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... we wanted to go out that night and having had such an early morning headed back to the hotel for a nap. We got up at 6, showered and headed out on the town. We went to the busiest intersection in the world, Shibuya. It was insane, not so much with cars, but with people. I obviously got a video, so check it out! That night we had this thing called Okonomiyaki, it is essentially like a pancake, but with vegetables, meat, seafood or whatever else you might want to put on it. You make ...
... asked - Yes, you are. There you have a golden one and Swarovski take on toilet as well. - You can't be serious! - Oh, why not? Would you fancy a giant toilet-shaped slide? You could go the way of poo. - Nooooo. This can't be. - Wait, for the best. There is a dozen singing toilets, want to see? - Shut up and take our money. How do we get in? Well that would be the conversation, if we could have one with the exhibit. It was a mixture of ...
How to go there?
I took subway Ginza line - from Ueno eki about 170Yen, to Tamarawachi eki, about 3 minutes only.
After come out from the exit, there's a map and a signboard showing which way to go to the Kappabashi Dori.
Walk about 5-6 minutes, then on the opposite side of the road, look up and find a big chef's head and a unique cup & saucer balconies.
... truck and cart drivers dart around the tourists at a million miles an hour. The array, and size, of fish on offer is amazing, many of which are still alive. Watching the fishmongers prepare the fish is impressive. Getting in the way of the washing down afterwards; less so. Then you have the crazy neon lights around most districts and the mad electronics sellers shouting offers (I think) outside their shops.
Having managed to get awesome views of cities for ...
... conversation. They thought we were cute but they were most impressed to find out we were teachers. And they had heard of Texas! Yet another benefit of being from the great state of Texas.
It may have taken us two metro transfers, a long long hike, and directions from a water delivery man and a police officer who didn't speak English, but we made it to the Tokyo Parasitological Museum. We were the only guests in ...
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3-9-2 Shinsayama, Sayama | Hotelfrom $57