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You can't keep a good Canadian down on Canada day, even 5000 miles from home...
The fantastic Japanese Noh theatre
My hotel overlooks an, err, giant amusement park?
My hotel overlooks an, err, giant amusement park? And the crowd of Gaijin here to enjoy it! George Candea and his inflatable best friend David feeds the dog some nice tea ... ... with distressing results! A gratuitous ship picture Later in the hotel, a Japanese duet commences With a stirring Stevie Wonder cover, excellent! At Shibuya Junction in Tokyo, everyone waits patiently The lights change... ... and the crowd goes wild!!! The Starbucks on the Junction is a popular people-watching spot Bruno poses with Hachiko, Japan's most faithful dog! You dont like neon? ... then dont go to Tokyo!! We go to a Canadian bar to celebrate Canada day Like everywhere in Tokyo, its packed to the rafters We meet some very nice gaijan (teaching English, of course) Everyone loves to get their pictures taken, its infectious You can't keep a good Canadian down on Canada day, even 5000 miles from home... Luckily, McSushi is never far away for the homesick! We end up at a Japanese 'ship' of sorts which is populated by giggling locals This parking lot is insane; the machinery pulls your car in! I have no idea... A rainy start to the day in Yokahama European style pier that kept the colonists happy In your face casino! Flavio tries the gooey Calamaris, urgh!! Rice with ... hundreds of little fish in it Flavio continues his maritime cuisine, brave man! This tasted awesome!  Really! It did!  Footlockers used a wooden block with carvings as a key, a traditional (if not the most secure) Japanese lock The tallest building in Yokahama I'm informed The entrance to some lovely Yokahama gardens This plant is clearly important Forests of carefully cultivated things with big leaves Lakes to rival Canada! A traditional Japanese roof thing ... and a traditional Japanese house thing, I'm told The thing that we all noticed was the amazingly well-ordered gardening The fantastic Japanese Noh theatre