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... The first thing we saw when we got there was a woman in a wedding kimono. It was Shinto wedding (Shinto is a ancient Japanese religion). She was really pretty. We saw several of these weddings all over the Shrine. Near one of them there was a place to pay respects to God. You had to throw money into a box. Mine didn't make it the first time but at least I could go and get it an try again. Nanny's went OVER the box and landed on the other side, which ...
So today I met up with Gabby to explore Tokyo. It was a bit hard meeting up at first but we managed. We walked to the Imperial Palace first then walked through the Tokyo station to find a place to eat for lunch. After searching all over the underground for a ramen place, we finally settled at a soba noodle place and it was delicious! Then we took the JR line to ...
... but comfortable, a 10-minute walk from the crossing. Besides the limited space, it's also got some minor differences than what you would find in Ottawa. There's a sink attached to the top of the toilet that is automatically triggered when you flush. We've also got a dedicated shower room, where the shower nozzle attaches to a sink. We figured out the shower then promptly began a search for ramen, which we found in abundance. We settled on a place that uses a common vending ...
... Goth meets saucy French maid) but there were certainly some interesting people to see.
We decided to jump on the metro back to Shibuya to see the crossing in the rain and get lunch rather than fight the Harajuku crowds. This is where the karma comes in to play (I have been the butt of a number of the boys’ jokes over the last two days). The boys wanted fried chicken for lunch. Looked lovely on the picture – turned out it was, ...
... toy imaginable. They had a whole floor for Disney, and of course a huge selection of Hello Kitty. Everything in Japan is just so bright and colorful.
After some shopping, I wandered across the street into Yoyogi Park. This is the park that had the Dengue Fever, however, after being closed and sprayed, it was back open. In the middle of the park is Meiji Shrine, another big attraction in Tokyo. Tokyo is the biggest city in the world, ...