Our guest is a very busy researcher, so after having had dinner in Asakusa he needed to go back to his hotel and e-mail important people about important stuff. This meant I had some time to do non-work things before it was even midnight. I got on the
|Someone bought something pretty big (a pillow?), which looked like a lot of work to get home.|
Odaiba is a district in Tokyo built entirely on "reclaimed land". Artificial islands were built by dumping landfill into the Tokyo harbor. The airport is also build on such an island.
|I also wanted to go to Madam Tussaud's, but there was not enough time (they close at nine).|
Odaiba is known mainly as an entertainment district for young people, if I understand correctly. I was there to see the "Tokyo Trick Art Museum", though.
|This cake is actually the dress of Minnie the Mouse|
As a form of thank you for staying around taking photos for two hours, I bought her some ice cream.
In Odaiba, they had something that looked like Christmas decorations blinking and flashing during the night. But August is a little bit too early for Christmas, right?