Todays the last day in Japan. Im pretty much just missing the weather really.
Their subway interchanges are really far apart. Leading to long tunnels like these.
Their SUBWAY lines in the area. This does not include RAILWAY lines.
Just a list of train stations now.
Subway looks quite similar.
Yeah, those barriers.
look at them, so happy shopping.
A legend in work indeed.
the employee who saw me taking pictures must think im weird.
Apparently i cant take pictures of police outposts too. sian
this is interesting. I've love that to apply in singapore too.
Nah, the building wasnt slanted. Its just some of the effects of taking pictures with my wide angle lens/
the streets of tokyo.
We ate at this really high class restaurant that only cost us S$15.
only found in the female toilets. I wonder what flushing sound meant.
damn nice lah.
I like this photo.
and this photo too.
on the train to Narita Airport.
awww..no more shopping.
the trains here look soo sexy.
hmm, so westerners come to japan to cycle dangerously on the streets huh..
i find it really cool that the airport trolleys can use their escalators.
and immediately they get back to shopping.
check out the size of the packets.
if your eyes were sharp enough, you could see where i "repaired" the photos, removing the light reflection off the glass.
check out the compressor blades. (the smaller black blade behind the more obvious blades)
and MORE SUMO.
i dont get it. Singaporeans, no matter for what, they would Q. I mean, comeon, you've already got your seats assigned already.
taking off. I love this plane camera junk.
bye japan.. its been nice.
Hello WSSS. (Changi Airports airport code)
thats pretty much it for my trip to japan...
hmmm. And for the first time i finished a post about my overseas trip.
Well, im going to do a Japan Train special too, when i have the time. Also, watch out for my continued posts about the last day in NZ. HAhahaa. yup, way way overdue.
Sunday, November 1, 2009