Saturday, November 27, 2010

Two weeks in Japan (conclusion)

After a long period finally the conclusion of the Japan trip. After the arrival in Tokyo metropolis we headed directly to the Tokyo Tower. As usual there was a lot of smog, what resulted in a ghost-city like picture at 250 m height.
On Saturdays all
most every citizen of Tokyo is running and jogging along the Tokyo parks near the residence of the emperror of Japan. It doesn't matter the conditions are hard. With temperatures of 37 degrees Celsius and humidity of 90% people keep on running. We also visited the business district Shinjuku and the 'twin towers' of Tokyo Government Building which are 202 m high.

The next day I spent a day with my niece who was graduating in Japan for Biomedic Technologies and would return to the Netherlands within a few weeks.
She showed me Akihabara, Shinjuku, Meji jungu in the Shibuya district.

As known the Akihabara dist
rict is a heaven for otaku. All electronic gadgets, videogames and cosplays are concentrated in this area. Fascinating....

I was also able to get my hands on new SNES carts from the 90's. I love it!!!
store was called Retro store....catching! All videogames systems from the 80's till now are available!
As you can se
e: Loads of retro games!

Later that day we spent some time on world's famous crossing point at the Shibuya district.
Two days later we concluded our journey in Japan and returned to The Netherlands with a dayflight with KLM.

The return flight was a little less comfortable due to a lot of turbulence during the flight.

It was a great way to explore the Kansai region and Tokyo metropolis. Somewhere in the future, I would like to take another trip to Japan.

Do you like city-trips?

Parking in Tokyo & Jogging with 37 degrees

The original Metal Gear! & Lots of Super Famicoms for a bargain!

The remarkable English skills of the Japanese & Wedding in Meji Jungu

Asakusa district for souvenirs & Shibuya 1
09 Center Gai at dusk.

Tokyo Narita Airport & Boeing 747-400 PH-BFL City of Lima.

KLM's Economy Comfort class & Halfway a
round the polar circle.

Nice view!

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