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 Last updated Dec. 29, 2001
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The Big Japan Trip
Some of the staff took a trip to Japan at the end of October, and here are the pictures for you to gawk at. Ever wondered if you'll really see sailor-suited students running around in Japan? Wonder if little school kids really wear those bright yellow hats? Curious just what Japan looks like? You can find all that out here!

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Some kind of photo shoot?

Closeup of the little girl in traditional dress.

The actual temple.

The incense is supposed to help you if you breath it.

One can only think "Big shoes to fill..."

The usual purifying water.

Hello Kitty is unbelievably popular over there.

A giant daikon? No, it's Asahi Beer's logo!

The Sumida River part of the tour. Bandai is everywhere!

Interesting sights during the Sumida River tour.

Interesting sights during the Sumida River tour.

Massive locks used on the Sumida River.

Interesting sights during the Sumida River tour.

The Kachidoki (time of victory) Bridge seen in the You're Under Arrest! movie!

View from Tokyo World Trade Center.

Supposedly the Toshiba headquarters.

Tokyo Tower is quite easy to spot.

View from Tokyo World Trade Center.

Shinjuku restaurant where you cook your own okonomiyaki.

Buy this guy for only 220,000 yen (roughly $1800) at Mandarake!

This "potato apple pie." dessert smelled good even when we're full.

Mitaka Station, where real anime fans want to go.

Because that's where you can ride the Ghibli Bus.

They'll cram people in mercilessly on that bus, though.

The bus stop.

Inside the bus, which doesn't hold many seats.

Our first view of the Studio Ghibli museum!

The entrance, where we couldn't get in (sold out!)

Ostensibly, the ticket booth, but it's only for looks.

And for tourists to get their photos taken with Totoro.

The little porthole has susuwatari (dust bunnies) inside.

Everything at the museum is done in that style.

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