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... t always represent the temperature outside. We stopped at a 7-11 (these are on almost every other block in Tokyo) and got the best slushy I've ever had. We walked through Yoyogi-Koen Park and to Tokyo's most visited shrine, Meiji-Jingu. Then we went up the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office building for a free and great 360 degree view of the city. Afterwards we meet Hide's mother and she treated us to dinner at a Chinese restaurant. This was the first day I didn't ...
... Yui to the doctor and then we are meeting up with her for the afternoon and having dinner with the family in the evening. Starting to get a little bit emotional to say another goodbye.
April 22, 2013
Well, today is our last day here in Tokyo. Yui is still not feeling well, so Steve and I wandered around Grandma’s neighborhood. We found a nice park and ate some ice cream and eventually made our way back to ...
... they sell. Apart from the things you expect to see like chopsticks and fans, they sold the most extraordinary food! How would you like a Wasabi KitKat? Yeah...I'd pass too. I came across my first major language barrier too. I was getting by with 'hai' (yes) and hand gestures buying gifts - with a non-english speaking Japanese lady.
From there we went to a sewage treatment plant where we learnt about how Japan is treating its dirty water to make it ...
... A man noticed we looked confused and marched right over to us and pulled out his map to help us find our way. As I said, everyone is helpful here. We made our way to the hotel to drop off our luggage and then walked over to the pick up point for our day tour in Tokyo. Along the sidewalk there are many small bumps next to the streets. We realized this must be to keep wheelchairs from rolling out of control into the streets because they are everywhere. We also ...
... has the local government buildings and the biggest station and a massive shopping area full of neon and noise and bargains. Shubuya is the place for young people and also has the craziest intersection you have ever seen (see pic). It’s a simple crossroads carrying a lot of traffic but when the traffic stops the whole junction is filled with people crossing from one side to the other in all directions. You could watch it happen all day and not tire of the sight. And ...
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