First actual day in Tokyo and we spent the morning/afternoon in Harajuku shopping and having lunch at Ichiran for the 2nd time during this trip. I’m not gonna talk too much because you can read more on that here.
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Sorry I been busy traveling around Japan and catching multiple trains and switching hotels that I haven’t had the time to edit and post for that past few days. But I finally got around to getting to it finally. I don’t really have much to say here but I did say a lot in the journal.
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We spent a day (ok maybe a hand full of hours) in Kyoto today at Fushi Inari Taisha & Kinkakuji Temple and the rest of our day traveling via trains. It was a long day that would make your feet hurt (literally) because of all the walking we did but that’s what traveling is all about right? Exploring and seeing things/places you never see/experienced before and making the best of everything. It was mainly sight seeing and “touristy” stuff, but it’s our first time here in Japan. Why wouldn’t we do that? You have to experience everything at least once while you got the chance to right?
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Today we went to Kaiyukan aquarium. We started the day early at 6am to get ready for the day and headed out to the train station. This was our first time riding a train and the experience here in Japan was nice! This was a really fun time at an aquarium because this one even went as far as to bring the atmosphere to the people in the aquarium, to whatever animals they were portraying. This was a detailed aquarium and a fun one. Even being the age that I am, 27, and having to share the aquarium with elementary school kids, I have to say that even I enjoyed everything about it. No complains what so ever! Along side the aquarium, there was a giant ferris wheel that you could ride for a few more yen. Of course we bought that ticket and they even had the FREE option to choose if we wanted a “normal” cabin or a “see-through” cabin which was basically made of glass. Of course we opted for the see-through one only because I could get some shots out of it lol. A video or multiple video’s will accompany this trip so keep a look out for that! I’ll just be posting photo’s during the trip so I can have time to work on and put together the final video’s. Stay tuned for tomorrow’s adventure!
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I haven’t spoken to you in a while! This is the day we flew out to Japan. I didn’t expect the day to be loooooooooooong (or at least I thought it was long lol) because the girlfriend explained that it would be a “short” 8 – 9 hour flight. So I thought, “ok this is gonna be easy”, but NO! To me it felt long but maybe that’s because we had a lay over in Tokyo lol. Anyways it was worth it because this country is B, O, M, B, BOMB! Everything is so organized here and everyone is respectful, everything’s so tech-savvy, and it’s just a chill vibe all over. Even the food here doesn’t disappoint! One of my highlights of this night was my dinner because 711 is right down stairs from my hotel and I saw numerous videos on YouTube of people having feasts off of 711 food that they won’t serve anywhere else in the world (or at least I haven’t seen or experienced it yet)! This night, I ended the night with editing, and having dinner from 711 which consisted of salted rice onigiri and chicken skewers. They don’t joke around with their food here. It’s 100% legit! I was so satisfied with my dinner that I slept like a baby after. All I know is that I can’t go to a 711 back in Hawaii and grab “dinner” and say I was satisfied with what I ate lol.
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