This is the Narita Express train heading from the airport to Tokyo.
Most of our hotels had bathroom modules made by Toto. Notice the bidet controls below the sink.
Our very, unspacious, first hotel in Tokyo in the Ikebukuro district. We left for Kyoto the next morning.
At this restaurant, you place your order and pay your money at the machine and then give the ticket to a server. It only took us about 15 minutes to figure out why no one came to our table to take our order.
After Kyoto, we stayed in a slightly bigger hotel in the Tamachi district.
This is our slightly bigger hotel in the Tamachi district.
The Shinjuku redlight district.
Above the American club sign, it reads Taiwan Association.
The Ginza district.
This is a shot from the Sony Building. They had a camera demonstrating face detection technology. The camera actually follows you and periodically snaps pictures.
Yan briefly reconnected with an old friend who moved to Tokyo a few years ago.