The Strings by InterContinental Tokyo
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As the rain has been pouring down constantly and added on that a crazy amount of schoolwork since the new term started, there hasn´t been much to write about. But, Andreas, Michiko, Phi and I had a marathon at friend´s house in Tanashi this weekend. We started off with season 2 of Gravity Falls and then Shin-sekai yori (From the new world). Gravity Falls was better than I thought - but still not something I´d watch on my own. It´s an american cartoon ...
... with bay windows, timber floors some wooden framed in appearance, some made from brick and painted white. Retro shops were in, selling Nike Air Max, shell suits etc. all second hand, probably salvaged from charity shops. 99% of the Japanese walking around were wearing dark shades or pastel colours. Then every now and then we would come across somebody dressed in some very crazy "look at me" outfit. Craig told us about so called Harajuku girls who come out at ...
... and manganese cutesy. It was apparent that many woman had engaged in surgery to achieve the cartoonish wide doe eyes, some sporting blue contact lenses, which added a captivating look.
The men are handsome beyond compare. Attire is faultless. Hair is just so. Behaviour kept.
Billboards of boy groups, posted everywhere. On departure, am still unsure as to who or what they were selling.
Our hotel was in the dynamic Shinjuku, an area to be recommended for its ...
... realised i was being a rude foreigner, since it is normal procedure to wait in line behind the other commuters who get there before you. I said 'Sumimasen' and went to the back of the waiting line. How rude of me! ;-)
Again a short trainride and i arrived at the Tokyo Dome or 'Big Egg' as the locals call it. The guy from the hostel said it probably wouldn't be very crowded since it was on a weekday but i decided to not take any chances and get myself a ...
... of the city in the Asakusa area. I thought Betsy would be able to replace her letter opener here but all of the souvenir shops were closed for the night. The trip was not a failure though because we got to see Senso-ji temple at night, which was a new time of day for me to see it, and there were so many less people in our pictures. We walked down the main road and found a little mom & pop looking tempura restaurant. There looked to be two regulars, or at least locals in the ...