Sunday was a day full of culture and fun; between church, sushi, napping, and taking a cruise on Tokyo Bay, the day held all the adventure that I needed.
Tokyo Bay Cruise: In the evening Rachel, Autumn, and I drank a cup of coffee before heading out to Tokyo. I was so happy to be getting "dolling up" for the evening. With each stroke of my brush and each bobby pin in place, I excitedly anticipated the night on the water, meeting new friends. After walking to the station, switching trains and lines, we finally arrived. We were introduced to Rachel's friend Arisa, along with other Japanese and gaijin friends.
While on the cruise boat I made several discoveries. In Japan no matter where you are or what you are doing, there will always be 150% of the available space filled with other people. Japanese foods and drinks are always fantastic. In general, Japanese culture fosters very helpful, considerate, and socially aware values within individuals. The cruise was beautiful, hectic, and fun. I met new people, and engaged in new activities.
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