Sunroute Shinagawa Seaside
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... were both able to successfully purchase tickets to Asakusa station, which was a 20 minute walk from our hostel accommodation. We had a map with detailed photos and instructions to guide us from there.
In our hometown ticket fares are calculated by zones and sections, each with their own associated costs. Sometimes a bit of guesswork is involved in working out how many zones a station is from your current location. If you are caught with ...
... So I went in. And it was all I could have imagined it was.
Upon paying a considerate entrance fee, I got a complimentary cup of tea and 30 minutes to spend in what I can only describe as cat heaven. There were cats everywhere. The ones wearing a collar that day were not to be bothered (fair enough) but there were plenty of other ones to pet and adore. They were all so very cute. And for about 30 minutes I forgot that I should actually be in bed.
After my ...
On day two, we took the subway up to Shibuya crossing - an amazingly busy intersection that you have all seen in photos of Japan. There are people everywhere! Apparently, over a million people pass through this intersection every day. It is little overwhelming being in a city of 12 million people after spending the past six months on New Zealand's fairly large South Island with a little over one million people!!!
To decompress, ...
... and I was a little worried he was not going to come back. He did however return with some bread, milk and amazingly some chocolate for me! We absolutely crashed only to wake at around 130 to the whole bed shaking. This was our first experience of an earth tremor of this size and although quite common here still gave us a little scare! It did take me a while to get back to ...
... Sea Paradise. Its on an Island so is probably the most legit sea park we’ve been to. The first part had a polar bear, seals, a sea otter, penguins and walruses in behind various windows. It was really cool but you’ve gotta kinda ask if its fair for them to see what would be their lunch in the opposite windows. Its like putting Tim behind a window with a steak on the other side; the unopenable microwave,pretty cruel if you think of it like that. The ...