People waiting to cross the road in the town of Nikko. Most Japanese know not to cross the road when the red man is on sight.
More ramen! And gyozas (pork wrapped dumplings) on the right.
Ice cream vending machine.
Yoshinoya is considered cheap food by the standards of Japan. They say the beef bowl in Japan is a MUST TRY! Well, Wifey thinks it's only so-so.
Policeman in the famous Tsujiki fish market directing traffic.
Does these look like ice cream bars? Nope, these are succulent eggs. S$1.50 (or US$1.10) a stick.
Vampires and mystic creatures roam the streets of Ginza (that's the equivalent of Orchard Road in Singapore, or Bukit Bintang in KL).
How much does the durian (aka king of fruits) cost in Japan? 4500 yen. That's S$90 (or US$65). Come to Malaysia to eat it, it's way cheaper!
Woman dressed in traditional kimono, on the way to the Meiji Shrine.
This is so cute! A happy Japanese family.
You know the mountain. It is said that only lucky tourists in the town of Hakone get to see the mountain, as it is often hidden by clouds.
More pics to come? Sure!