I was impressed seeing the people behaving in some how as a single being.
This district dedicated to the Otaku culture is a deluxe version of the Akihabara at Tokyo.
The charm of old paper never dies.
It's a good idea to travel with a spare battery for camera.
Mito-chan is the new mascot of Mito, and it seems it's getting a lot of attentions.
A slice of the Japanese culture can be understood only here.
How many scenes of animes we remember taking place along a river like this one?
This harbor was so important to move the capital of the country.
The symbols on the roof tiles recalls to the spirit of water, in order to protect the building from the fire.
Among the most complete and vibrant Asian Bazaars.
The cutting of the tuna is after the flash-frozen treatment meant to kill parasites, and involves the use of different sized knifes as the pieces becomes smaller and smaller.
Looks like the master really cares of the operate of his apprentices. Anyway I ate here the best raw fish of my life, as it was the freshest, straight from the producer.
The biggest fish market in the world. People go there with the hope to see the famous tuna auction.
It was impressive this organized confusion and all that blood on the ground, like half of the Pacific sea was died here.
You may think of sake as wine made from rice, the quality at which it's sold can range a lot, like wine.
Those curtains that would make a great impact at every home are called noren.
When they ask you to guess their age prepare yourself to be teased XD
At some point I need to stop eating.
Do you see that vending machine? Japan invented them and legends say that there is one also at the top of Mount Fuji.
Japanese cuisine is not only sushi and sushimi, keep your belly space also for the glorious gyoza dumplings.
I want also to explore this concrete jungle
It is so different from the crystallized Kyoto.
Built in the 1956, it became a symbol of the Japanese reconstruction after the the Second World War.
This is a perfect 1:1 replica of the RX-78-2 Gundam, it's tall 18 meters and the frame is that one of an aircraft, with the the rivets heads not protruding to avoid turbolence.
Here the best science fiction view of the city, a feeling that I had similar only at top of the Empire State Building. Plan in advance.