Of all the days this one seemed to be the busiest, even beating out Tokyo Game Show. Having gotten used to the Japanese Time Zone we spent a bit longer than usual getting up and getting ready. Today was our massive sight seeing day, except we did not take into account that it was also the Autumnal Equinox and a day off in Japan. We were rather clueless of this until we reached Nakamise Dori the largest Buddist Shrine in Japan.
Tokyo Game Show boils down to two words: Controlled Chaos
We got there and luckily and had a very nice french man lead us from the train station to where we needed to go. We got in line with sweltering 85 degree heat in high humidity, the lines were counting down to us and it became rather unbearable however there was a bright mark... We were standing to the two original Saban Producers to THE MIGHTY MORPHING POWER RANGERS!
Updated 2nd January 2014 at 11:54 AM by Big Lutz
Alright we woke up around 5 in the morning, and surprisingly enough we lucked out and avoided having any jet lag what so ever.
We made our way to Ikubekuro around eight and found the place absolutely closed down. So we waited outside of a Sega arcade with tons of girl gamers one of which came over to flirt and was a fan of Arina Tanemura.
We finally got in at ten after exploring around nearly got lost. Inside the Sega Building we played some
In the next few days I will be recounting my trip to Tokyo last September as well as providing pictures for this trip. Why I haven't done this any sooner? Well I am lazy.
This trip took place between September 20th - September 26th. It was a graduation trip that I had saved up for, and I brought along my friend paying for her entire way ( Yes, be jealous now, being my best friend has perks ).
Well I started off getting up at 3 am as we had to
Part One: Maya
Alright so I decided to start my blog documenting my work on making a level for my class Environmental Design. The design of this level is supposed to be a "Flower/Water" temple located on a island. To create it I did alot of research on churches and temples, drawing research from famous and not so famous places. I then booted up Maya 2011 ( Will not use 2012, and havn't tried out 2013 yet ) and began to build the stain glass windows from the pictures I had