Good morning!!!! It's officially our third day in Japan and it's finally setting in. I finally realize I'm sitting my butt on a chair in our living room, in Japan! So far it's been a great experience, it's been really fun chilling in Japan. The only down part is, we don't get much sleep. There's a lot of walking during the day and we stay up late drinking and chilling. So the most sleep we get is about 5 hours or less.
Saturday morning we didn't go for a run, instead we took a mile walk to Mister Donut. My feet was hurting from yesterday's jog and long walks so I was pretty much limping the whole day. Kinda glad we walked though because we found some really cool spots to buy snacks to bring home and spots to grab lunch. First two days I didn't take much photos with my Canon AE-1 but after seeing Marteena's random photos she took of us she inspired me to just shoot random shit around Japan. That's what I did, took random photos of things I saw. It wasn't easy juggling from my Canon to my iPhone. I had to shoot with my phone for the blog. Anyways, It was extremely fun just walking around looking like a fucking tourist taking photos every 50 steps. Mister Donut on the other hand was fucking delicious. We killed time in a alley while we waited for Jay to meet us at the location for lunch. We found a very small spot.....and I mean really small restaurant for some Japanese Curry.
The random curry spot we checked out turned out to be a fucking killer! That shit tasted soooooo good!! To remind you, they don't speak english here and they tried their best to speak the basics as we try to communicate by pointing at pictures and hand gestures. The curry was made with cow stomach or intestine, I'm still not clear since we didn't have a translator but according to his body language, he was rubbing his belly to let us know which part of meat we were going to eat. Then in the evening time we went to Roppongi Hills to check out Takashi Murakami art work at Mori Art Museum. I'm a huge fan of Murakami so I was definitely geeking out!! Soon after the art gallery we had dinner at Miyabi. A restaurant with private rooms to dine in. I must say I'm proud to cook the steaks for my group, considering I don't know shit about cooking but I'm crazy about food! I've watched enough cooking shows where I'm mentally "Gordon Ramsey." Cooking was mad fun! Food was mad good! Why does everything in Japan taste good so far!!?