Toyoko Inn Shinagaw Oimachi
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... bar. We ordered via a computer and our little delights would come flying to us via conveyor belt, we sampled all sorts from tuna and salmon to swordfish and wasabi octopus. We both loved the sushi and the experience! We also went to the top of the government metropolitan building where we got 360 views of Tokyo by night. We were both eager to see a sumo match but with no tournaments at that time we got up early to visit sumo practise at a local sumo ...
... I was unsuccessful, as we all have been, standing in the middle of subway stations, but I did my very best. Maybe it's for the best that I didn't blend in. I always have, I've never been out of the ordinary in any setting. Now that I am, I'm somewhat addicted - addicted to being someone else somewhere other than home, addicted to living an ordinary life in a far from ordinary setting.
... Tower. Until 2012 it was the main TV and radio transmission facility, and now provides visitors with great panoramic views of the city. This had to be decommissioned as a transmitter due to the very high skyscrapers that have been built through your the city making the tower not very high at all and ineffective. The aviation department of the government at the time insisted the tower be painted orange for safety reasons to prevent plane crashes. PThe new Tokyo ...
Day 82 Tokyo Akihabara
Today is my last full day in Japan. Because I have lots of spending money still to burn I decided to spend today at the main shopping district for Electronics and Anime, Akihabara.
My day began similar to the last few, knocking on Marks door and not hearing an answer (well I tried) I took off without him to do some shopping. I took off for the nearest subway station stopping on the way for my bread rolls (becoming almost ...
... and flourished through Tokyo's rocketing climb into modernity. In an environment that teems with life and character and shared human experience, it's all but impossible for me to remain isolated and withdrawn from the world - as some of the great quiet expanses of my life in America have allowed me to do.
I've come to Japan hoping for some changes in perspective and priority in my life, and I'm glad to see them stubbornly, inexorably, forcing their way through to me.