Watch out everybody, Maiko behind the wheel!
Maiko's mommy and her omerice, notice the heart of ketchup
Purikura fun at the touchscreen booth
Pretending to be a die-hard Pachinko addict
Singing with Jon
The two massage chairs I tried, if I were rich and my apartment wasn't the size of a shoebox, I'd buy the black one
The German looking exterior of Komeda's
But I’m not sure I’ll go there again, because it gets dark really early here, and the ride back was extremely dark and scary (traffic-wise, as in is the driver of that car going to see me or drive over me). We were lucky that the moon was full that night, but that light made it all seem unreal like a video game. Which made me feel all powerful like the day before at Mario Kart, but I quickly reminded myself that riding in the dark without out light with crappy bicycles on a narrow sandy path, with on one side the cars driving by like maniacs (blinding us with their lights) and the edge of a rather high and steep hill on the other side. We survived, but the front tire on the bike Yasu was using didn’t, it died completely before we got back to Inuyama station. So we left the bike in the bike shed behind AEON, where we got it from in the morning, in the same condition as we found it in, before Yasu pumped fresh air into that tire. So I guess our biking adventures are over, we’ll have to do it by foot next time, unless Yasu really doesn’t mind running while I bike ;)!