Our time in Nagoya came to an end. Time to head back to Tokyo, the Tokyo Disney Resort, and the Hilton Tokyo Bay! Farewell, Nagoya! You had the cutest manhole covers anywhere.
Did Disney theme this town, or something?
But how to get back? I considered taking this bus.
But catbuses are notoriously unreliable. One random piece of yarn on your route, and your whole trip could be canceled. Plus, the damn thing stopped every half-hour to groom itself.
But Robb and Elissa were right. The Shinkansen was the most practical alternative.
Much more reliable than the catbus.
We had some time to kill before checking into the Hilton; fortunately, Tokyo is a great town for just killing time. So, how about lunch at LaQua and some random shopping at the Tokyo Decks? Sure!
Join us, won’t you?
I thought you went down for the Big O? Obviously, I’m confused.
We’ll get to you later Thunder Dolphin, but now . . .
. . . it’s lunch time.
Enjoy this raclette, or feed it to the rabid dog on the sign.
This is the Tokyo Dome: The home of the . . .
. . . Tokyo Giants (and their snacks).
Yep--pro baseball is a big deal in Japan. Who knew? (Well, almost everybody.)
Thunder Dolphin/Big O foreplay.
“Was it good for you too?”
I don’t think anything particularly disgusting went on in this theater (unlike those last three captions).
This is for all the Lupin fans. I think it was some kind of simulator. (EDIT: Turns out it was some kind of maze.)
Tokyo Panic Cruise was Spider-man, except that you’re following a hot cat woman in a crop top and a short skirt who uses kung fu and a magic umbrella to defeat monsters. (Well, why not? Too bad it’s being removed.)
At LaQua, you can smoke in the Battlestar Galactica.
Stop by Korea for the wasabi milkshake they sell here. Or if you are feeling particularly mean, let the flavour soak and pass it to an unassuming friend and tell them it’s vanilla since it's hard to tell the flavor from looking at it
Garet wrote:Stop by Korea for the wasabi milkshake they sell here. Or if you are feeling particularly mean, let the flavour soak and pass it to an unassuming friend and tell them it’s vanilla since it's hard to tell the flavor from looking at it
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