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|Obligatory Tokyo Photos. Posted on 09/03/2002.
I had an excellent cup of coffee at the Coffee Embassy. It wasn't cheap (400 yen, ~$3.25), but it was specially brewed, just for me, and it tasted great. I enjoyed the lack of spacing between the two words in this sign.
Like in America, EXIT signs are everywhere. Unlike in America, they depict someone running headlong through a door, as if he's making a getaway.
Obligatory "funny product" photo. It's hot, you get thirsty, and there are these vending machines on every block, offering assorted beverages. Well, I had to try Pocari Sweat, an "ion supply drink." Verdict: not very good. Don't know how my ions fared.
Obligatory "crazy intersection" photo. This is Shibuya. Throngs of people cross every which way with each turning of the light.
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Pocari Sweat was my second favourite after Calpis Water - you really must taste that.
Posted by Timo @ 09/08/2002 12:36 PM PST [link to this comment]
Pocari Sweat? ewwww. Maybe the reason it didn't taste so good is that some guy named Pocari was slaving away at the factory, with his sweat pouring into the drink mixer thingy.
Posted by Sherif Tariq @ 09/19/2002 07:07 AM PST [link to this comment]
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