The B Akasaka-Mitsuke
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... upon arrival in Tokyo. They are frickin awesome! you just connect via wi-fi, chuck it in your bag and away you go, cost's $10 a day but in a country that doesn't speak much english it is a great way to find were you are going via google maps etc.
After shopping up a storm at my favourite japanese psy-trance shop we jumped on the train and set course to Shibuya, which is home to the famous road crossing in which thousands of pedestrians inundate the ...
... the pine trees. Not an unruly pine needle in sight. Along the way, around Okayama, Inayama, Matsumoto, Magome, Tsumago and, the big daddy, Kyoto, we found perfectionism in temples, castles, merchant's mansions, tea houses. Prominently wooden buildings with thousand-year-old timber, polished floors, exquisitely painted screens, carved eaves, the craftsmanship is superb. Along the way we have also experienced the manifestation of perfection in food presentation, almost ...
So we are up and ready by 9am local time and getting an "express breakfast". We were shown the menu and all it said was "express breakfast" so we are hopeful it's more than our cute little coffee...and see that it is, but not by much. I'm sure it's obvious but it wet down quickly :) ...
... of the bomb (it was detonated in mid-air) which acts as a spooky reminder of the annihilation. We were just about to board a boat to go to the water-shrine when we realized there would be no return boat so we just decided to skip it and go back to Tokyo as it was a nearly 5 hour train ride! We got to Tokyo at around 23 and went straight to the hotel, we had dinner at nearly 1.30am and then Sarah and I wanted to go out so we googled some places and got in a cab. We had ...
... Just a 27 minute bullet train shinkansen back to Tokyo! Incredibly fast and a memorable experience. I got off at Shinagawa and trained back to Shibuya where I'd heard today that there is a Starbucks that looks out over the supposedly busiest pedestrian intersection in the world. So I went. Ridiculously hot in Starbucks and had to de layer almost everything. Sat next to a young Japanese guy who spoke good English and told me about his job hunt now that ...