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... him - I have never heard him laugh and talk so much! He's usually very quiet. He and Nick started reading Japanese tongue twisters off the internet and had us all laughing like crazy (of course all of the sake Yutaka-san plied us with didn't hurt in that regard either.)
After a very nice evening we took a nice long walk back to the Tokyo Station where Nick, Tony and I grabbed a subway train back to the Resort. Did I mention I have new shoes ...?
... is that room 903 that was alloctaed to me was a smoking room, so the first job i always carry out when arriving at any hotel didn't happen....................i never unpacked my suitcase, as i didn't want my clothes to smell of smoke. Instead i went back to the reception and in my sign language Japanese, negotiated to get my room changed to a non-smoking room - the only thing was, it couldn't happen for the first 2 days as the hotel was full. I was ...
... went down really fast which was good. The zoo has at least two of every animal because they try to have the animals reproduce because all the species here are on the endangered scale. The pandas were so cute! The both of them were just say minding their own business, munching on bamboo sticks, they were peeling the bark off the sticks and eating them. They only digest 20-30% of what they eat in bamboo sticks per day. They literally have to sit and eat all day in order to survive ...
... the water temperature which is a nice feature. After emptying our suitcases and putting up our stuff we head out to explore the neighborhood. Nice little neighborhood with typical Japanese streets. Even though Tokyo is a huge city, the neighborhoods have a small town feel to it. Lots of pedestrians, people on bikes, mothers with children and small convenience stores everywhere. We see more owls, statues as well ...
... the city visiting monuments, temples, and museums and, of course, doing a bit of shopping. On our first day there we decided to go to the Pokemon centre to put my brother out of his misery (his obsession with Pokemon is OVER 9000!!!!!!!!!) as well as visit the famous Tokyu Hands department store. I was simultaneously impressed, intrigued, and slightly disturbed at some of the items I saw in Tokyu Hands; for example, the face rolling shaper (to reshape one’s face), the pimple ...