We took the train home, wandered the streets of Roppongi and got lost in the sea of briefcases and suits making their way to work (including one Gary Wigmore - no joke). The clock struck 9, and we went back to Motoazabu Hills #24-06 to find Kelly on her way to class. It`s nice not having responsibilities.
Tuesday, April 21, 2009
Singing and Fish
US$185,000 at the world`s largest fish market. Still traveling on a budget, we kept our cash in pocket during the auction but did cough up some Yen for a plate of the freshest sushi in the world. Toro (tuna belly), Uni (sea urchin), Unagi (grilled eel), Maguro (tuna), squid, and an unidentifiable white fish. All washed down with an icy Asahi beer. All consumed by 6:15AM.
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