After years of wondering what it’d be like to visit Japan, G4 gave me the opportunity to visit the country responsible for many of my video game memories. Tokyo Game Show has come and gone. When we landed at Narita Airport, a week seemed like an eternity. How would I adjust to the time? Where’s the nearest McDonalds? How do I ask where the bathroom is? The week flew by and four curry meals later — an amount I do not recommend if you want to like curry when you leave — I’d returned home and knew exactly where the nearest McDonalds was.
A portable pancake filled with syrup, butter and other goodness.
By far, my favorite ad that I saw during my entire week in Japan.
When you finish a bowl of ramen, you dump the noodles out first. Japan loves dividing things up. It’s much more hardcore with recycling.
Please, friends. Do it in the athletic club! For the children.
Some insane graffiti just randomly hanging out on a building in Shibuya.
This frickin’ amazing car came out of nowhere. Jealous.
Naturally, this is the slogan attached to Typing of the Dead. Naturally.
There is a culture of “love motels” in Japan. This one? This one is full.
One of the last things I saw before stumbling into my hotel the last day.