Toyoko Inn Tokyoeki Shinohashi
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... our way over there. After changing trains and fighting the morning rush hour crowds we finally made it and we were absolutely thrilled with what we found. There were already quite a few people there but that didn’t surprise us since this park was home to the canopy of trees falling over the main walkway that we had envisioned when we learned our trip to Japan would fall during this season. We spent the next couple of hours just walking through the park, ...
... that surprised me was that,
the pedestrian goes first. In Taiwan, it is the opposite.
Before we literally got home, I bought some second-handed clothes,
hey the second-handed clothes look totally brand new! that was the other thing that surprised me.
Anyway, we didn't do much on the first day.
I am looking forward to tomorrow;)
... jobs with menial tasks such as guiding people around some road works or guiding people into lifts. Even if they do seem pointless to me, I cannot deny the effect it has. Everyone is always politely waiting in line, to the extent that when one waits on the subway there are yellow lines on the platform indicating were you, as passenger, are to wait and everyone actually stands in those lines and waits. The first few times I witnessed it my initial response was a rebellious one; ...
... The boat takes us to an island which is just full of toy shops. I spend hours searching for the strange things rhian wants. The Japanese are very impressed but insist they are not Japanese toys! Sorry rhian. We get trapped in the Fuji film tower and have to suffer corridor after corridor of pictures of Japanese TV shows. We do escape eventually into more madness which seems to involve a famous Japanese girl group. I ...
... restaurant and headed back to the hotel.
Tomorrow is the flight back to Toronto, so the trip is nearly complete. I think I have seen enough of Tokyo (visited pretty much every district worth visiting: Shinjuku, Shibuya, Asakusa, Sumida, Ueno, Akihabara, Ginza, Marunouchi, Roppongi and Ikebukuro), so next time I come to Japan I can safely skip it.