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Hi all it has been a long time since these pictures, this was my last weekend the first time I was in Japan. I spent it with friends in Akasaka going to the Temple there and then we went to Akahabra (Electric City). I will just post the pictures that I took, not sure I will remember too much about them :) Enjoy
... right next door to the hotel in the shopping centre. The name is in Japanese so we couldn't read it. However, there is the ubiquitous song that is played at every Yodobashi shop in the country so we knew we were in the right place.
I had been looking for a new 14-140mm lens for ages. I had the old version but the new version was 200g lighter. I had been keeping an eye out on the prices in Japan for months, logging into the Yodobashi and BIC Camera webpages every now and ...
It was an overcast start to the day as we took the metro and then overland train West to Shimokitazawa neighbourhood. Getting off the train the rain had kicked in and we hid for cover in nearby Muji. Tom bought a local style transparent umbrella (pretty good idea as it lets in the light) and we wandered the small windy streets looking into the quirky vintage shops, although a number seemed to only open after ...
... it. It may have come from the fact that English wasn't her first language, but no matter the reason, it was very refreshing to have someone's straight opinion. The Asakusa market was the highlight of the tour. We were dropped off and had about an hour to explore before we had to head off for the river cruise. The market was lined with stalls selling every type of souvenir you'd expect to find. We stopped in a few of the shops, and along the way Haruna and her friend picked up a few ...
... and scrap with the grannies for a prime standing stop half-way between the two sets of doors in the middle of the train.
I try to stand next to small people, (that can be easily squashed), avoid standing next to fatties at all costs, and when I see a particularily pert backside, I may well help myself to a quick grope.
When in Rome...do as the Romans, when in Tokyo, become a ruthless *******.