Monday, November 16, 2015

Tokyo Holiday- Day 6

We went to Harajuku, Shibuya, Akibahara and Shinjuku yesterday. I walked so much until my legs came off. I think I burnt 10,000 calories and walked 50,000 steps! Of course, I walked and ate non stop of snacks too. 


We went to Harajuku in the morning. Weather was perfect, cool and sunny with my useless umbrella. I didn't see street performers but many funny dressed youngsters.


Next stop was Akibahara which is the biggest IT city in the world. They closed the street on Sunday, so we had nice walk and did jumping poses!



At 6.00pm, it was very dark as early winter is here. We went to Shibuya just to look at the thousands people crossing at the junction. It was crazy! More pics coming.



Later into the night, we walked around Shinjuku and saw many homeless people sleeping inside card boxes. It was a pitiful sight to see old homeless people. Tonight we will go there again to donate my jacket and food.


We walked to the huge park at night and saw young couples groping each other loudly! I also saw a Madame White Snake doing Tai Chi with my white sword! 
Wakakaka

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28 comments:

  1. wah!!! Harajuku, Shibuya, Akibahara and Shinjuku all in one day!! no wonder Anay walked 50,000 steps and burnt 10,000 calories but then consumed 20,000 calories!! so it was all walking on your Day 6 from one district to another huh??

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    1. no street performers but funny dressed youngsters?? maybe not the right timing?? wait, Thambee thought there was one idiot in black performing with his white sword in the photo?? fuyoh, Black and White he performed?? muahahahaha :D

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    2. that Shibuya crossing is indeed some kind of "attractions" huh?? it's like forever there are hundreds of people crossing the road at anytime.. when Thambee was there two years ago, we also spent some time standing there watching the people, haha~~

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    3. oops!!! Akihabara not Akibahara.. :p

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  2. What the... I thought those open groping in parks only exist in porn manga. So they're real?! Darn, I should've gone there instead of walking around the shops!

    Wait, what am I saying? No.. I don't read porn... Zzzz...

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  3. Did you wear a pedometer during all your walks? Hihihi

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  4. Wow, you walked so much! Then you deserve to eat more of the local Japanese delicacies.

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  5. Wow! What a wonderful trip you have! I read of the Shinjuku ans Shibuya stations in novels.

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  6. I remember Harajuku & Akihabara, known as the "electronic" street.. They have a lot of porn there too, all terang-terang standing there watching, haha.. My ex-colleagues bought a lot of canggih electronic stuffs there, but I dare not buy la, scared later come back cannot use or not compatible.. They bought those electronic dog or robotic dog something..

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  7. Your phone doesn't have a fitness tracker app?

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  8. I think i can eat all day long at Tokyo! Too much to eat and too little cash in the wallet LOL!

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  9. Oh, you are on day 6 already! I have to go and read from Day 1. I am so left behind. Good to see you having so much good exercise walking off your food. Sad to see those homeless sleeping on the streets in the cold. I saw them in Ueno Park last time I was there, covering themselves with newspapers. Do blog about what happened when you gave them food. The madame white snake is your wife?

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  10. You have been to so many places in a day, must be tired walking..your new pair of Nike shoes has to be very comfy to allow you to do that much walking.

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  11. Wow your awareness is superb knwoing you have walked 50,000 steps. Hope your new pair of shoes didnt bite you as what we used to say in Chinese.

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  12. You and wifey free meals again for the homeless no matter where, when what & who. Giving away yourJacket? Thought you let it hanging in your cabinet? Probably some other spare jacket. Saddhu!

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    1. Madame White Snake in perfect harmony her white golden dragon sword eh

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    2. Well well at the least your 'useless' daytime umbrella has transformed into white golden dragon after dark.

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  13. wow... I can run but I don't think I can walk like that ...muahahahaha...
    The place seems super crowded during the day and dead quiet in the night!
    Yeah, donate to them, these poor souls deserved better and it's not comforting sleeping in the cold night.

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  14. catching up on reading all your posts... really so enjoyable..

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  15. eat and exercise, got out must got in also mah, then only can be balanced LOL

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  16. Indeed Harajuku is a very happening place. Haah....love your wife's tai chi pose.

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  17. Muahahaha! That was Letchumy, practicing her Tai Chi with the umbrella.

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  18. Oh dear! Both of you are so kind and did another good deed once again.

    Developed countries like Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan and South Korea requires lots of walking one. Two of my brothers also said want to faint while travelling with me cause I love to walk. :P

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  19. Your donation action reminds me of last time me and friends used to do that, but I stop after I stop hangout with them, but I do really wants to go back if I have the chance, just that the thing here is too dangerous to go alone...

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  20. oh so it's true that teens wearing anime costume and cosplayers was a normal sight in Japan... yay that makes me so excited to go there..... someday ^_^

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  21. alamak....funny dressed youngerster ah...like that you mah sticking out like a sore thumb lo. But think it is biasa there already la

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  22. madam white snake tai chi with your white sword to kill the groping couple ka?

    Things expensive there ah. No money for hotel room la

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  23. Did you visit any Maid Cafes when you were in Tokyo? They're so fun & interesting!

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