The shinkansen is probably the Japanese technological achievement of which I am most jealous. Other than giant building-sized robots that can beat up Godzilla.
Tokyo is a massive consumer of seafood. Only a few tourists every day have the opportunity to see the tuna auctions, and I was determined to be one of them.
This post does feature fish parts as a central theme, so if you’re squeamish, vegan, or otherwise opposed to seeing said fish parts, maybe it’s best if you wait for the next post.
Our visit to Tokyo came with quite a few opportunities to be afraid of heights.
Since last time I got in a ton of trouble for taking a week’s worth of blurry photos in Japan, we had to return to Fushimi Inari to take a second attempt.
The best way to enjoy Japanese cuisine is with a healthy dose of enthusiasm. That’s hard if you’re starving.