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I woke up from our bender feeling amazing. That saki is fabulous, no hangover, no nausea, just a clear head with which to contemplate the catastrophic night before. Amanda was still asleep, as I left her at about 2:30, so I took the bathroom first this time, (the room is so small and cramped that we often had to head to the rooftop ...
... up with Garret at the hotel and we all ended up going to a small ramen noodle place, the lady was so cute and the food was delicious. We ended up going to a karaoke bar called joy joy, there were so many of us just crammed into this tiny room. All of us were standing on the booth seats, no one was sitting, at one point the guys pants were all down when they sang walking in Memphis. We headed home around ...
... and I went to explore the city. Shizuoka is very close to Mt Fuji so Dad's friend found us a nice high building to go to the top of, where we could see views of the whole city and Mt Fuji. We also went to a temple, which looked really nice but it was already getting dark by the time we got there so we didn't spend long ...
... 5, half way up the mountain where they drop you off to start. So we warmed up, walked in the complete opposite direction and took a picture.
That night we met a gentlemen from Toronto that was a technician for cirque de soli on his way home after a 15 month tour in Japan. He told us about life in the circus which seemed to involve a lot of drinking and time away from home.
Today, I will ride the Shinkansen. It is the super fast train in Japan.
My friend Yuki got the wedding ceremony invitation from her friend.
I shall be her escort.
Yuki took me to the Tokyo station where is the starting station.
We go to Shizuoka where is famous for Japanese green tea and Mt. Fuji.
There are many people in Tokyo station.
The Japanese population is ...