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to say that my incredible trip to Japan has come to an end. My free trip,
courtesy of Hilton Hotel and all of you who voted for me. Thanks again.
another day of multiple public transports. We were in a cab, a commuter train,
a bullet train, private rail, and a shuttle bus. Our long trip from Hiroshima
to Tokyo gave Dianne and me the chance to think about all the interesting
things we´ve seen ...
... and delved into the chaos of the Shibuya Station and headed all the way downstairs to The Food Show where I found a quiet stall of eight stools for some traditional noodle soup. Heaven. From there I took several laps around the subway trying to find my Ginza Line, only to be bamboozled once again when I surfaced back at my hotel's station, Shimbashi. But I had no trouble finding my bed - tourist exhaustion and jetlag took over.
... conveyor belt 1 and a half hours past where I could not contact Wataru, I was a little concerned wondering is he would still be there. I stroll through customs and all that and there is Wataru waiting for me, its so good to see him again. and im really glad to have somone to meet me on my arrival. We then grab up all my stuff and head off to find my Hotel in Asakusa. Thank god Wataru is here because these trains here are ...
... a few close friends :) And a pleasant surprise was that we got to take home the yukatas with its things! We only saw the obi's price tag but it was a little more that ¥5000! The set was probably expensive and I would probably not have bought it just because of that. My entry is all over the place, like me on the bed right now, good night. まった ね！ エーリン ...
... fortune-telling method. There is a wall of small wooden drawers, each labeled with different Japanese characters (likely they were numbers?) -and inside each are fortunes printed on pieces of paper. The way it works is that you put the suggested donation fee into an honor-system bin, and then draw your fortune by shaking a tin full of chopsticks until just one comes out. Each chopstick is labeled -match ...