And guess what the prizes are? Cigarettes. That's why we didn't play.
Cigarette vending machines. Luckily we don't have that in Singapore & Malaysia. It would have made cigarettes way too accessible.
Japanese White rice wrapped with succulent eggs. It taste damn good!
Rickshaw drivers in Japan.
Statue of Liberty in Odaiba, Japan.
Or are we in the United States?
(Odaiba is like Singapore's Suntec City, where you can find convention halls)
Japan's famous Rainbow bridge, connecting mainland Japan to Odaiba.
It's lovely when you view it in the evening. Did I mention that Japan is dark at 5pm in October?
Curry Rice. Yum yum, but actually it taste like the one we had in Singapore.
Scenery taken from the train. We were outside greater (central) Tokyo.
No one leaves Japan without trying their ramen. There are 2 types of ramen
(1) ramen that comes with VERY potent (MSG laden?) soup
(2) yucky ramen that taste like the maggi mee soup we have in Malaysia/Singapore.
Takoyaki (octopus) balls that Wifey ordered. The restaurants give us unlimited ice water to go with this (even though I wasn't eating). How nice. Wifey says the balls are very bouncy, very juicy, much better than the ones we eat in Singapore.
Smoking boxes. Ok, the glass panel says "smoking station". These are the BEST invention in Japan - simple and effective. Smokers stay in, non-smokers stay out.
More pics to come.