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... Then, suffering from jet lag and hunger, we order an expensive but poor example of a pizza from room service and chowed down before falling asleep.
PS. I need to explain tHe 2bathroom photos. The super-gadget toilet is not futuristic, it is in our room. Not sure about all the buttons we will have to ask Miki. How do you like the shower with a full view of the city ...and visa versa ?
That's all for now folks.
... but even the locals had looked confused. The pathway branched out and went up and around an amazing installation of lights. We were well ****** off and hungry but it was one hell of a Christmas decoration. There were still lots of restaurants open as we headed back to the hotel but we were a bit over it and couldn't be *****, we figured we'd just call at the 7/11 and pick something up. We walked in and saw the pot noodles, it made us laugh so we got a couple and a little bottle of Jim ...
Another update from japan, first thing went to the Meiji shrine today, had a really Solemn feel was really spiritual and surprisingly quiet considering it's right in the middle of Tokyo. Then it was off to harajuku lots of fashion shops and such also a pretty cool toy shop got jaydn a present he'll love :) we also went this Hawaiian burger place for lunch and it was loverly. After that we went to the nakano shopping centre, more geeky shops so ...
... Tokyo actually is!
The next day I started with visiting a Sumo wrestling practice-session. It was pretty much what I expected: a load of fat fellas going at it like group of rhino`s. Still interesting to see though and if you look at the obesity rate in the western world, I wouldn't be surprised if this will be the world's number 1 sport in 20 years time! After a visit to the Ginza district I headed to ...
... In 1888 construction of a new Imperial Palace was completed. The palace was once again destroyed during WW2 and rebuilt in the same style afterwards. The inner grounds only open to the public on the January 2nd for a New Years Greeting and on December 23rd for the Emperors birthday. The East Gardens, however, are open to the public all year round so I walked around these. ...
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