The B Akasaka-Mitsuke
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... the city; each wearing the same uniform of white shirt (or pale blue if they're daring), black trousers, or, in a display of seniority, a full dark suit and tie. No Portland Pearl grunge-casual here. They socialize in mostly male groups in restaurants and clubs; eating, bonding, working.
It's always best to have a native to explain the unfathomable. Chizuru was a 28-year-old international student, beautifully dressed like almost every Japanese woman in the street ...
... telecommunications and tourist hub.
Opened in 1958, with a total cost of 3 billion yen at that time, it required a year and a half and 220,000 workers in total for completion.
The tower has the main observatory at 150 meters and the special observatory at 223.5 meters, both enabling visitors to enjoy a 360-degree panoramic view of Tokyo, such as high-rise buildings in the nation's capital, the Tokyo Skytree broadcasting tower which began operating in ...
... Guy style - gagstories in 20-min episodes. The thing with Gravity Falls however, is that it much like many animes has a big plot going on "in the background" as well. The story revolves around twins Dipper and Mable, who lives with their great uncle Stan in the american suburian city of Gravity Falls. The city is full of mysteries and seem haunted - and Stan seems to be hiding a lot of secrets. Michiko loves it but I was kinda meh. As I said though, better than I thought. ...
... workers during the week they go mental at the weekend and get dressed up in mental outfits, bearing some similarities to cyber kids mixed with goths, extremely strange. Unfortunately we didn't see any of them, however we could see where they shopped.
We rounded a corner then crossed a few streets to a major junction. On one corner was a shop all on its own called Condomania. You can imagine what was on the shelves!
Craig told us that the next ...
... and accessibility to the parks, the palaces and one of the major train stations.
An early morning outing saw us at the
Tsukiji Fish Market by 3.45 am, queuing with a restricted number of tourists to witness the much acclaimed tuna auctions. These theatrical salesmen could put the hungry real estate auctioneer to shame, processing hundreds of thousands of yen in a shake of a school bell.
Following in the theme of all things tourism, we trained out to ...