Very small and deep bathtub.
hi-tech toilets are very common in Japan.
Noodle vending machine. Buy a ticket here and go into the noodle shop to exchange your ticket for a bowl of noodles.
At the current exchange rate, this costs about $6. In Japan they don't charge tips or sales tax.
This is not titanic.
In Japan they give out free tissues with advertisements.
Keeping the tree warm :-)
People in Japan don't really lock their bikes.
Because of the limited of space, in Japan they have underground shopping malls as part of the train station.
Currently, it's about 115 Yen to a dollar.
I'm not sure why this parking space has metal rails.
Camera phones are very popular in Japan.
Japanese money is bigger than money from the United States.
SInce my wallet is designed for money from the US, my Yen is sticking out of my wallet.
During New Year you can find many traditional decorations outside many business buildings. These are supposed to bring good luck.
Taco in Japan.
Doug missed McDonald's.
I tried to tell them that we want beef. I first tried drawing (with no luck), then writing the word 'beef' (with some success). They finally understand us when I wrote the word 'cow'. Unfortunately, after going through all that they told us that they don't serve beef.....
Tony is so hungry that he is starting to eat himself :'(