The B Akasaka-Mitsuke
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... followed us down to the 2nd basement, where we found a ramen shop of dubious character (the best kind, OBVI.). You know a restaurant is awesome when they only offer 4 items on the menu. AND those 4 items are only available via automated ticket kiosk. We inserted some cash, pressed a button with a picture of food on it, and handed our tickets to the hostess. BOOM! Only minutes later, we were gorging ourselves on piping hot pork broth ramen. Delightful. :)
One week gone and erghh... several more weeks to go. I didn't have much time to really get used to the idea that I'm actually a resident of Tokyo, but I've got an identity card in my wallet that proves it.
The trip to Japan went fine, though I probably will never get to like those never ending flights. After arrival I quickly went to my new apartment in which the furniture had just been delivered. Bed, ...
... to a group of Americans from Missouri. Thane, Drew, and Troy Kifer were on a similar journey to us and we sat and chatted with them for a time while the cats lounged in our vicinity.
This type of place is not for me, that much was obvious to me very quickly. I gather it’s aimed at people who aren’t allowed or can’t afford to own cats, and they come along and play with the cats. Reena was absolutely beaming, and could have spent the rest of the week there.
... First you enter through the Thunder gate before heading towards the Buddhist temple. There is also a pagoda on one side. Since everything was destroyed in the war, there are now reconstructions of the original buildings. I found a great supermarket where I could get food. It was called Seiyu which I was told is the food section of Walmart essentially. It was nice to get some salad which I found was greatly lacking during my time in China. The prices are definitely not cheap ...
... and Raijin (the god of thunder), you hit a market street, selling tourist trinkets to genuine Edo style crafts. The procession of stalls leads down to the temple. ( I realised that this market street is the photo on the front cover of a book I am reading) In one particular shop, on a side street to the market stall a Japanese man with the stature of a Samurai sold the real deal. I bought an 1840's small black & white picture with a monk and Kanji inscribed onto the paper (for ...