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Offline shego

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Re: Tokyo (JP)
« Reply #30 on: June 10, 2019, 02:56:55 pm »
I've booked a two week trip for later this year. First time! Appreciate any input/info on 2 week Japan itineraries and recommends for hotels/accommodation at key places (Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto etc.).

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Re: Tokyo (JP)
« Reply #31 on: February 16, 2020, 12:10:51 pm »
Is Iron Heart Hachioji the only branch near Tokyo or is a IH Shop direct in Tokyo? Don’t know if I wanna go to Hachioji again in my next trip. It was a fun bus ride tho...

Places I liked in Tokyo:
Iron Heart Hachioji
Full Count Harajuku
Warehouse Ebisu
Junky Special Shinjuku
Supreme/Neighborhood Harajuku
All the Vintage Shops in Harajuku

3x Hinoya and 610 Americana in Ueno are ok, too crowded for my liking.

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Ts Tan Tan
Ain Soph Ripple
Afuri
Mr Farmer
Pickled Plum Onigiri at 7/11 :D

Went to SDA and RMC in Osaka so no mentioning in my Tokyo List...
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Re: Tokyo (JP)
« Reply #32 on: February 16, 2020, 01:01:28 pm »
No Iron Heart shop in central Tokyo, I am afraid...

If you go to Hachioji, I would not go by bus....

https://www.ironheart.co.uk/forum/index.php?topic=3785.msg193305#msg193305
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Re: Tokyo (JP)
« Reply #33 on: February 16, 2020, 03:22:25 pm »
Japanese Baseball is amazing! So much co-ordination, activity, and general buzz from the crowd. 3.5 hours of non-stop 'things' for players and runs etc. Goes SO far beyond the rally cap/sweep traditions.

Worth going to for anyone in Japan up for an experience, don't even need to like the game! (but it'll help).

http://www.japanball.com/tickets.htm is where I got our tickets from, delivered to the hotel.

The Seibu Lions were my favorite team back in the early to mid-80’s. My mom hated my Lions baseball cap for some reason and always hid it from me. Last time I went to a Japanese ball game was in 2000 or thereabouts. I think my ex and I saw the Yomiuri Giants and the Chunichi Dragons I think


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