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... is orderly, organized and logical so even if you can’t communicate or read the signs you can figure it out. We had ramen noodles and gyoza for dinner and saw the blood moon/lunar eclipse rising over the train tracks at Yurakucho station.
Oct 9 – After a good night’s sleep we got up early and walked to the Tsukiji Seafood Market where the ...
... are traveling check out AirB&B. FRIDAY- We got up at 7 to catch a fast train to Tokyo, the scenic view from the train was amazing, when traveling taking a train is an awesome way to see parts of the country side and enjoy the countries landscapes. I took a couple videos of the train trip. It was a 2 and half hour trip from Kyoto to Tokyo. When we got to the Tokyo train station we dropped our bags at a locker stall in the station. At the train station there was a world famous ...
... however it was free, so I can't complain. For dinner we went to Jangara ramen, a noodle shop with a great reputation. It was a hole in the wall, almost literally. I think they sat 10 people max. The food was awesome, and they were playing The Beatles on their stereo for the whole meal. Great time was had by all. With that it was time to head back to the hotel and digest all we had seen and eaten over the course of the ...
... the waiter didn't know a lick of English. We got beer in pots, it was like serving tea. And they gave us unlimited free cabbage with some weird sauce on it. From there we walked to the place called the Womb but they charge you 40 bucks to get in so we went to the 7/11 and grabbed beers. We all did he Asian squat on the corner of the street. We started waking towards the fish market, and stopped to eat a rice ball with seaweed on it, it was so good. And we snuck upstairs ...
As the Spence's penultimate day, we thought we needed to make it a good one. There had been some animated debate last night about going to Tokyo Disney, so we applied a political solution - families aren't so much democracies as dictatorships, so the popular vote was overruled.
At 7am + the usual Duncan boy lateness we met in the lobby with the Tsukiji fish market our intended destination. Despite the cold (~0, minus a wind ...