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Wednesday, September 9, 2015

What To Do On A Tokyo Rainy Day

Above, the entrance to the Nakano Broadway. Photo by Armand Vaquer.

If you are in Tokyo and it starts to rain, there is no cause for alarm as the good folks at Tokyo Cheapo have several suggestions on what to do, while also staying dry at the same time.

Their article begins with:
Put away that teruterubouzu (a Japanese rain repelling charm) and embrace the drizzly day. Due to Tokyo’s densely packed buildings, you can do almost anything in the rain with one umbrella. But everybody knows opening and closing your umbrella every time you enter and exit a building is a hassle, so take this opportunity to try some activities that will keep you dry and entertained. Here are three recommendations of what to do and where to go.
Actually, they have six suggestions, one of which is pictured at top (a place for shopping for kaiju and other otaku goodies).

To see what they suggest, go here.

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