again, so many people! they somehow seem to crowd up in this one main shopping arcade which is i don't know how long. i guess i walked 40 minutes from one end to the other (not once stopping). or more.
and i'm still amazed by those highways overhead, crossing town in all directions. it just looks insane, like from an end-of-the-world movie. at least you can always figure out were you are thanks to them.
i passed through america mura again and now i now why it's called that way. there's a statue of liberty standing on one of the buildings! but noone speaks english, not even the guy in the piercing shop right next to liberty-building. i still managed to buy what i wanted, now i only have to find a way to fit it in my ear. ouuch.
ah, and i succeeded in getting the guy fom the korean video shop (which is right under my apartment, at least one part, under the other part is a mini-pub) to switch of the huge yellow sign next to my window - it was flickering like a stroboscope cause it's broken - by waving, pointing and even some scraps of japanese. hah! mission accomplished. let's just see how long it takes them to switch it back on, still unrepaired.