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... to a distant part of the city to find the famous Pokemon Center. What we got was so much more. The Pokemon Center is a shop in a building called Sunshine City (something that sounds like it should BE in a Pokemon game) and is all about its titular game. The blocks leading up to the building hosted an array of geeky anime themed shops and game arcades.There was even a seven story Sega building. I haven't had the chance if entering ...
... the catch? Were there drugs hidden inside?! Or had he stolen it from someone else and was trying to pass the evidence on?! But no, it was just an act of kindness - and the first of many we have experienced so far in Tokyo. After this excitement and some more pottering around we popped to the local supermarket for some food and had a much needed early night - but not before accidentally stumbling upon Senso-ji temple. What an amazing ...
... Italian stylee place that we'd been to before. The last time we'd been in Auckland Amanda had suggested we try this new place she'd read about that did amazing meatballs and I'd been like... Meatballs? Why would I want to go to some Italian and eat meatballs? If I wanted meatballs I'd go to Ikea. But I dutifully went along, ended up ordering the meatballs and falling in love with the place. Today we arrived right on lunch, managed to grab the last table and sat there ...
... in a shrine, you are mentally purified. At the end of a long walk on a gravel pathway, we arrive at a water and purification area.
On our way to the main hall, we see a traditional wedding just getting started. Today, 50% of weddings are traditional and 50% are western. All weddings include a honeymoon and a favorite spot is Hawaii.
At the main hall we say a prayer at the shrine. We take a 5-yen coin and throw it ...
... at the amazing 'Bic Camera' - I bought a 'prime' lens for my camera which Debra says will force me to use manual settings and help me learn about the 'exposure triangle'! Wednesday evening braved a restaurant on my own!! Thursday - recovered and prepped for Kevin coming home! Felt a huge sense of achievement. Enjoyed all my activities and loved spending time with my new friends. Spent a few pennies.....Kevin may think twice about going away again ...