After some luck with Internet access on Narita Airport we decided to go to Akusabashi since there where Youth Hostels there. When we got there I fired up my life saver and we got access and could get an address. Now off again! 🙂
Update: We managed to get to the place after some searching and have now eaten and had two beers. Still enjoying random open networks. Tomorrow it’s time to see Tokyo in daylight!
I really like the five different open networks in the café and the signs saying that you can enjoy wireless high-speed internet here. This means that you can either surf the SAS homepage (how fun isn’t that?), use a voucher or pay via credit cart and ’get online in an instant’. The price? Not mentioned anywhere in sight.
On the flight from London to Tokyo the price was mentioned while using the wireless network. That my economy class ticket didn’t allow me to charge my computer so instead me and Ulf enjoyed sake and japanese language games until we fell asleep 🙂
I must say that the first impression of the Japanese cuisine is rather nice, even though it’s flightmeals it was above average. Now we will land in an hour and it’s time to try to get some accomodation…
Preparations are nothing that I’m particularly skilled at or fond of. I’m currently trying to dry my clothes on the balcony due to some misunderstanding with the tumbler. I am quite tired since I decided it was a good idea to go out partying in Tuve yesterday. And my flat still looks like a war zone. Crap.