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China, Korea, Japan, Hong Kong and Macau Travel Forum Touring and Holidaying in China, Japan, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea and Macau. Tell us about your travels in these countries, are the Hong Kong Hotels all expensive? Tell us about the tourism in Hong Kong, have you been to a Macau casino? Tell us about Taiwan nightlife or travel in China, do you need a korean translation service to visit Korea? Tell us about it here, also you can share your pictures and youtube videos here aswell.

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Old 10-10-2010, 10:48 PM   #26 (permalink)
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Scampy will be so jealous of you
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Why jealous Scampy? I thought you had a Japanese girlfriend. Maybe she will take you to Tokyo and show you round?

Some city scenes:-

Ginza - posh shopping and Sony showroom



Ikebukuro - Sunshine Dori for shopping, Toyota showroom, nice Sento (Onsen with normal water - not spring water).



Kabukicho - Yakuza and hookers - massaji massaji seems to start from 3,000Y ($36) but I suspect that is just to get you in the door although I was promised that this includes 'touchi touchi' whatever that is. 'Sexu Sexu' seems to run to 15,000Y to 20,000Y ($180-$240) so you had better make the most of it as you won't be going that often Language barriers prevented any more detailed enquiries.



Roppongi - late night drinking - more Gaijin (Farang) around here.



Shibuya - teenage shopping, fashion.



Shinjuku - crazy central - eat, drink, be merry

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Old 12-10-2010, 06:15 PM   #29 (permalink)
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Senso-Ji - bathing in the smoke brings good luck.





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Tokyo Tower. Modelled on the Eiffel tower - 8m taller - painted orange and white to comply with air traffic safety regulations - used for terrestrial TV broadcasting but too short for digital signal broadcasting.



Food festival outside Yoyogi park.

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Old 12-10-2010, 06:35 PM   #30 (permalink)
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Nice pics, Looper. Tried to green you but can't. Looks like you are really getting a lot of sightseeing done.

Going to the onsen is my favorite thing to do in Japan too.
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Japan, land of cutting edge technology where everyone gets about on a bicyle designed in the post-war era.



Hungry? Deadly Fugu waiting to be skillfully filleted up by expert chefs in background. I didn't risk it.



I did eat whale though. Here it is. Don't know what all the fuss is about in the Japanese media. It isn't that nice and most Japs I spoke to had never eaten it. The meat is like beef (brown bit). The other bits are slices of whale blubber which tastes like you would expect slices of whale blubber to taste like.



More naughty maid-girls in Ikebukuro gagging for a bottom spanking.



The Tokyo stock exchange. Home of the volatile Nikkei-225 index and the most catastrophic asset bubble in modern history. It is in Nihombashi which borders the most expensive districts Maranouchi and Ginza. The stratospheric speculative property prices there fell from their 1989 peak to a trough 14 years later of 1% of their peak value. 1% !!!



Geisha women getting about in Nihombashi amidst all the suits and traffic.



A shark in Tokyo seaworld aquarium. It costs 700Y ($8.50) to get in here and it is a top class aquarium. Sydney aquarium is $35 and Siam Oceanworld is $25

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great pics! thanks


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Real cool pics of japan. Favorite is the beer picture.
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Nice pix, Loop. I spent a couple of weeks in Tokyo, but was working in the city center. Wandered around some on the weekends, but I think not having the language, and not really knowing what to go see, left me feeling like it was just a lot of big buildings. I did find a couple of areas with little, winding lanes but, once again, the inability to read Japanese left me clueless as to what was behind the doors of the establishments. I've never really been a North Asia guy, but I still feel like I missed a lot on my trips to Japan by not having someone to steer me in the right direction. Anyway, nice pix!
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