Travel: Tokyo, Japan Part 1

The Wandering House

Bulleting past the Japanese countryside into the infallible city of Tokyo I am feeling at ease. I have an entire week of adventuring ahead of me. I am sitting next to my childhood friend, Joe, who is teaching English in Japan, going on two years now. He is my personal tour guide, sensei, and fellow adventurer. We start my Japanese lessons right as we sit on the train learning basic words, phrases, numbers, and common knowledge. He is thriving here, and everything he describes is filled with enjoyment and enthusiasm.

I flew into Narita airport, so it was about a half hour train ride into the densely populated, organized chaos city, Tokyo. We hopped off at Tokyo station to grab a bite to eat before we set off to our Airbnb. Tokyo at night is filled of business people, families, and friends clustering the steeets outside of bars and restaurants…

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