The train system in Japan is very efficient but fast paced. You shouldn't dilly dally. Get in, get out, and thank God you made it in one piece. Okay, maybe it's not that bad, but it looked that way from the stroller.
Akihabara had every kind of electronic equipment you could think of. The craziest thing was that it was all 5 years ahead of America.
I saw things there that I dare not speak of.
Here we are at a Kaiten sushi place. That means there's a conveyor belt with all kinds of sushi, salads, fruits, vegetables, teas, and snacks.
Lala got a salad and tea along with some tuna and fuits. I was full after the conveyor belt went around 3 or 4 times.