There’s a little coffee shop in the lobby of the hotel, so after a cappuccino and a croissant it was out into the streets to see what was going on.
The streets in this town range from wide boulevards to ones that you can barely fit bicycles on. I chose to walk the narrow streets for the most part.
Everybody walks or bikes so the pedestrian is right at home here… unlike most cities and roads in the U.S.
Gaming is even bigger here than it is at home… there are multi-level game stores everywhere!
This reminded me of a book my Mom used to read to me as a kid, ‘Make Way For Ducklings.’ You gotta love this! The book was written in 1941 by Robert McCloskey. My time for sure.
Dinner time rolled around and we picked one of the many sushi joints surrounding us.
Yeah, this was delicious and good food is the best bang for your buck in Japan.
Back to the hotel and now to try to get to sleep.
One more thing. Wally Pfister got in touch with me. A great cinematographer, Wally is directing his first movie, Transcendence. Now I’m japan so I won’t get to see it until I get home but the movie looks great and I was flattered to have one of my songs included in it. Check this out:
Look forward to seeing this flick as soon as I get home. Thanks Wally!