Mr. Satoshi`s tour

First I want to say that I´m not on this trip at the moment. It was done for several months ago, but it take time to edit a month film, and I haven´t had any time before now. When thats said we are now waking up after the first night in Tokyo.

This was our first day in Tokyo and we had our own guide. Mr. Satoshi was a friend of Dave. He had the whole day planned, a full day. I love full days! That mean that I will be nice and tired when the day is finally over and it makes really nice tv. After breakfast he took us to a fish marked. Personally I´m not the biggest fish fan. I like salmon and I can eat other fishes but still not what I would choose for dinner. On the other hand I love sea food, like crap, squid and that was something it was a lot of in the marked. I know, a fish marked don´t sound like the most exiting thing to do. But it helped to have the cutes little Japanese guy taking us around. One thing that really amazed me was the smell. A fish marked should smell like fish, right, but this place didn´t smell at all! It was fresh clean air everywhere.

It was all really nice but the biggest surprise came back at the meeting room, when we went for a toilet break. The toilet seats was warm. Not cold and hard like back home, but warm and nice to sit down on. Why don´t we do this here too! It´s genius!

Well after the fish marked we tried out some nice fresh suhi, yum yum, and after that we went to all kids paradise. The Pockemon store. Im not that in to it, but Dave was so cute running around like a little kid and the real kids was also very very cute, Kawaii!

When you are in Tokyo you must visit a park. They are beautiful peaceful places all over the city. Nice to relax in after a day of walking. Its something real Japanese and so is shrines. You can´t walk anywhere without seeing a shrine and one of the most amazing and beautiful once was just around the corner from our hostel. Luck or what!

We finished it all with a nice dinner at a local pub. The local once is always the best!

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