Last day in Tokyo. Our last day in Japan started very gloomy. Our flight was in the evening and it was raining. After chech out we sat in histel’s common room and didn’t kniw what to do. Let’s go to our favorite neighborhood, Shibuya! So we roamed the streets among you g fashionable people and big shiny buildings. And there we saw a Sega buidling. One last game? Yes! It was drums, a little bit of street fighting and killing zombies. Times goes by fast and so do…

We looked through the bus windows, light of the big colorful screens shining on our dark faces. It was late evening and Tokyo was alive. River of people on the streets. Coming, going, meeting. It was dark but it was so light. We made our way to the metro station and expected chaos. Tokyo has over 13 million people (6,5 times more than our country). But there was no lines at the ticket machines, no crowds at the metro stations or feeling claustrophobic on the metro. It was…