Sorry Mum, you were wrong. I don't have to wear fresh underwear every time I leave the house. For the recently reduced price of 1000-yen, I can buy a fresh pair from this machine.
But wait... that's not all! After I have changed into my new cartoon adorned undies, I'll saunter over to the Udon/Miso/Ramen in a can machine for lunch. If I feel like yard work, I'll simply drop 2 shiny silver 100-yen coins into a machine for some grass seed.
You are missing the big picture of the Daikanransha Ferris Wheel. We went for a loop on the big wheel in Odaiba, but I neglected to take a photo of the wheel from afar. It is among the biggest in the world. If Wikipedia is to be believed, it is in the top 15.We opted to ride in a see through car. They have four see through cars and the wait time for those is displayed on a monitor as you walk in.
We went back the a really cook park called Showa Kinen Koen. The entrance we used was right across a walkway from the Nishi-Tachikawa station. We had a blast, but I must say it wasn't as pretty as it was the first time we went. The first time was in April during a flower festival. The original post I did is here.
It was quite warm this last time. We had the bouncy clouds to ourselves for the first 20 minutes or so, but a school group showed up after a while. You can't wear your shoes, or take cameras on the clouds.
Rainbow hammock area is a series of interconnected nets. They seem similar to the nets that the trapeeze artists fall into. Unfortunately, adults are forbidden from dancing upon these brightly coloured strings. You can't claim you can't read the signs either... it's in pictograms.