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... the site of the graves. There's nothing in any other language than Japanese to indicate you're in the right place and apart from a souvenir shop, just outside the gates, you'd struggle to know you'd arrived.
The graves are situated together in a little area and are obviously much visited. My little ability with Japanese nontheless allowed me to talk to a couple from Sapporo, who pointed out the individual grave of Oishi, the leader of the ...
... font-size: 10.5pt; font-style: normal; font-weight: normal;">Seats on the train are heated!
... Tokyo Tower to do some shopping in its quirky store. Everything about this island was new, the mono-rail system which takes you there was new, the buildings there were new, I guess even the land I stood on is kind of new in some philosophical way. I wasn't too sure what to expect from this place but I knew there was a 1:1 Gundam replica somewhere so that was my first destination. When I turned the corner to see it, wow was I blown away! I had imagined ...
... and I tossed a couple of Yen in as I offered a short prayer of gratitude to some higher spirit for having led me here.
Because Tokyo's metro map was so daunting, I decided to walk as much as I could through residential areas. They were quieter and I passed by tiny apartments, floral shops, smaller temples, and locals running in their clear umbrellas to grab soba for lunch. Throughout my walk, my feet became progressively achy and tired, but there were no benches! ...
... it was so clean.
Everything was new and shinny. There was an old building and it looked like it was just left behind.
We found an interesting drink called "Second Flush". We where a little puzzled.
Found UniGlo and H&M. Did some serious shopping. Serena found shoes that fit.
The boys wanted to eat fish and we girls don't like fish. So the boys went to one place and we girls went to another.
We had a ...