The B Akasaka-Mitsuke
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... I like looking and investigating this side of Japan. Onto Ueno to go to the park and possibly to the museum. So back on the train. Laura and i spotted a hard rock cafe at the station and we purchased t-shirts as we confessed that we had secretly always wanted one. The museum was in a huge parkland but there ended up being a long line at the museum so we wondered through the park where there was another temple. Almost went into the science museum but most of the ...
... for target location, Shibuya. There was no real game plan at this point but I was instantly amused and enlivened by the neon and noise of Shibuya, which boasts one of the busiest crossings in the world, plus a **** load of neon insanity where every advertising board is electronic and beeps and chirps at one in Japanese. I eventually found another internet place - this time a comic book club rather than a sex club, but was greeted with the same ...
... at the forefront of technological advancement, Tokyo has dreadful Wi-Fi. In almost nowhere was there free Wi-Fi available. As a tourist, I picked up a Wi-Fi passcode that should have entitled me to an online connection at hotspots across the city. I estimate it only worked twice during my entire stay in Tokyo. You know things are bad when even Dublin had better Wi-Fi access. Still, that doesn’t detract from another super, if sweltering, ...
... and pretty intense and is intertwined with the JR train system that we have relied on up until now. We made a few false moves, but with the help of very kind station personnel, we made it to the famous Tsukiji fish market. We were not there for the early tuna sale (You have to get there by 5 am to catch that); we just wanted to wander the market. So we arrived triumphant that we had beat the subway system to find that it was a fisherman's holiday, so ...
... all standing in an ordered line waiting for food. They were asked to join in! Perhaps the organisers were trying to tell them that they looked like homeless people!
We went to a nice tonkatsu restaurant at the bottom of the hotel for dinner.