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After en-cashing, walked straight to the JR office in Shibuya station to book my shinkansen tkts to Kawaguchi, Osaka, Kyoto and Hiroshima. The staff at the JR office are some of the best I have seen. They spent almost 40min helping me book all my tkts. I suggest you to have all the dates and destinations in writing so that you can hand it over to the agent who would then help you book the tkts.
I have made no plans for any kind of sightseeing or shopping today so that I can go and investigate some of the volunteer work on offer in Tokyo. I have chosen three different activities so that if a group of school students were to participate in these activities,they could break up into smaller groups and swap throughout the day. Today I will be investigating all three of the activities ...
... s and women’s areas are kept separate). This was a little awkward at first, but a good experience, as part of my travelling is becoming more comfortable with novel experiences, be more confident and relaxed in my own skin.
They love robots: Robots in the malls, robots as statues, real, working robots at the science museum. Japan even sent an anthropomorphic robot into space recently.
Wifi is everywhere, but really well proected. ...
... of two symbols. I decided that the first symbol was a lighthouse with a fat women next to it and the other symbol was a house with wavy hair and some chicken scratches. Surprisingly this system worked well for us. We always picked the right train and had exactly enough money on our metro cards. Phew.
The observation decks were located in the North and South Government Building Towers. Both observation decks are free and you can stay up there as long as ...
... into the plate. She just calmly responds "this is how we drink it in Japan"....really? I'm pretty sure I would have known about that but..shows you what I know. Anyways not sure if it's just the idea of being in Japan but I felt like it was the best Sake I've ever tasted (which isn't saying much).
Alright I gotta get some sleep, I'm exhausted. Tomorrow is a day of exploring in Tokyo. See you later on the adventure!