OMG, BEST JAPAN EVER! - "Look Over My Shoulder Into The Streets of Japan!"

by Ron Morales December. 21, 2018 530 views
Photo: Ron Morales_ "Welcome to Tokyo, Japan."Welcome to Tokyo, Japan." Haneda Airport (HND), Hanedakuku, Ōta, Tokyo 144-0041, Japan

Photo: Ron Morales_ "Welcome to Tokyo, Japan."Welcome to Tokyo, Japan." Haneda Airport (HND), Hanedakuku, Ōta, Tokyo 144-0041, Japan

"Entering Tokyo, Japan!"

Haneda Airport (HND), Hanedakuku, Ōta, Tokyo 144-0041, Japan

After stepping off the airbus from a long flight, you experience a quiet, calm, clean and fresh smell of Haneda International Airport as you get on the walkalator that takes you to exit of the airport and into the streets of Tokyo. You immediately send the respect of the Japanese culture and the journey begins.

Photo: Ron Morales_ Intimin roller coaster ride designed to go through the La Qua building to add to the excitement.

Photo: Ron Morales_ Intimin roller coaster ride designed to go through the La Qua building to add to the excitement.

"Weeeee, Twisted Coaster at La Qua!"

LaQua Theme Park, Tokyo Dome, Japan

Intamin Amusement Rides is a company that builds a variety of unique rides all over the world. They take this extreme ride and design it to twist and turn through corner of La Qua theme park that enhances the excitement for the rider and takes your experience to another level of fun.

Photo: Ron Morales_ Japanese residents deciding on what to eat as they look at the lunch menu items through a window display at LaQua Theme Park, Tokyo, Japan.

Photo: Ron Morales_ Japanese residents deciding on what to eat as they look at the lunch menu items through a window display at LaQua Theme Park, Tokyo, Japan.

"Hmmm, Soup or Noodles!"

Noodle House, La Qua Theme Park, Tōkyō Dome City, Japan

After walking around the La Qua theme park, Japanese residents stop to choose what they want for lunch by selecting from a variety of demo plate of the exact meal they are looking to order. This also goes for desserts from different kinds of restaurants city wide. Brilliant!

Photo: Ron Morales_ St. Marc Cafe_ Specialist in desserts and pastries. St. Marc Chococro Cafe, Shinjuku, Tōkyō, Japan.

Photo: Ron Morales_ St. Marc Cafe_ Specialist in desserts and pastries. St. Marc Chococro Cafe, Shinjuku, Tōkyō, Japan.

"Mastery in Desserts and Pastries."

St. Marc Cafe, Shinjuku, Tōkyō, Japan

St. Marc Cafe a warm dessert cafe that masters the world of specialty desserts. It is like an upscale starbucks of the desserts. The variety of heavenly selections is displayed as you come up to the counter to purchase your delight. The variety of goods are made fresh and presented in a delicious display. The Chocolate Chococro is a hot seller. The pricing is very reasonable, which runs around $2.40 each.

   Photo: Ron Morales_ Vending machine with Coke and Juices on the street of Shinjuku, Tōkyō, Japan

Photo: Ron Morales_ Vending machine with Coke and Juices on the street of Shinjuku, Tōkyō, Japan

"Japanese Vending Machines"

Located on streets around the city of Tokyo, Japan

In the vending machine world, the Japanese have master their vending machine world. Throughout the city streets, subways and buildings you will find a variety of products in vending machines that offer different products depending on what part of the city you are in. You can select from surgical masks, puppy treats, shots of rice wine, fresh apples, t-shirts, headphones and of course japanese brand drink, to name a few.

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Nancy Rivas 4 months, 2 weeks ago

+1

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Camellia Staab 11 months ago

Awesome photos! Thank you for the tour smile

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