I arrived late in Tokyo, and went straight to hotel to finish up an article I am working on. I could not finish it before the plane take off in İstanbul, and I was determined to finish it before morning began in Tokyo and I did it. I feel fine. We will spend the whole Saturday at Meiji Gakuin University. Hopefully on Sunday I will have some time to see around.
First things first, I bought a gadget that creates wifi at the airport. I haven’t seen it used in Turkey. 6 GB capacity, nearly 10$ daily cost. There is already good wifi around, still good to have continuous connection.
Still drying up clothes in the balcony, but still not Tarlabaşı, İstanbul
In Turkey sponsored Tokyo mosque, Friday sermon in 4 languages: Japanese, Turkish, Arabic, English
France did send a smaller version of Statute of Liberty to Japan… (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Replicas_of_the_Statue_of_Liberty)
So far the most authentic venue I have seen right next to Subway sandwich place in a mall:)
Cabs are cute and very orderly. I don’t how Japan got the British way of driving on the left. Massive use of masks like this driver is first eerie but you get used to it. Some reasons behind that here explained.
Lemme work on my presentations…