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Tokyo's famous Tsukiji Fish Market is a favorite place for jet lagged travelers to visit while dealing with each the inevitable insomnia. The market opens for spectators at 5:00am but only the first 120 people are admitted. We are certainly not jet lagged and we sure as hell weren't going to try to get across Tokyo at 4am. We arrive sometime after 11 and explore the vast complex. The accessible portion of the market is hard to get your head around. Thousands ...
... it, 'The Eolian.'
I spent a day at the largest game show on earth, refused to wait in any lines, and thusly became an expert on Japan's game development academic programs and the enormous Indie/Doujin game community.
I went to a rock show in a cramped, poorly-lit bar well off the beaten path in Shibuya, and listened to garage rock while drinking Oolong Hai's and chatting with American expats from Albuquerque and New York.
I enlisted the aid of a ...
... enshrined deities. It is said that during Emperor Meiji's reign, he lead the way in promoting modernization which included embracing parts of western culture including western food and he enjoyed it with wine. Thus there are many barrels of wine also as you walk towards the shrine, donated by wineries in Bourgogne, France on the initiative of Yasuhiko Sata, a representative at the House of Burgundy in Tokyo. Our final stop on our tour, ...
... friend!! I was SO glad there was a glass window, otherwise I would have been so scared.
I won't describe the meal in too much detail (refer to my blog - thentheworldsmineoyster for that). But I will say, it was one of my favourite dining experiences. Just the kind of food I love.
Friday, 25 April 2014
This morning, we headed to Tsukiji fish markets and we got there just after 9am when the markets open to the public. We ...
... what you really value and appreciate in life. In that sense, I learned a lot.
Last but not least, I would also like to thank my sponsors, the Visa credit card company and the Jim and Amy savings account with the rapidly declining balance and my generous hosts in Tokyo and Nagoya.
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