In full autograph mode with lines protruding out into the street, the crew was firing off autographs like it was going out of style. One hour later we took a few bows and headed off on the rest of our journey through the snowboard district. In one store we all decided to get dressed up in these amazing surfing poncho’s called Moo Moo’s. You can take a look at the photos to get a better idea of what I’m talking about. All I have to say is that we’re definitely the next generation of Gangster. So for the next couple of hours my homeys and I signed some more autographs, and took some more photos until the sun went down and we called it quits.
Since we had a big night the day before, we all decided to keep the evening mellow and just do a little shopping and exploring of the rest of Tokyo.
After a little dinner, courtessy of our friends at K2 Japan, we headed out into the city to. Our steam didn’t last long before the jet lag had completely come over us. We were all exhausted and headed our separate ways and back to the rooms for some much needed sleep. Oh yea, by the way a hotel room in Tokyo is not normal. Normally in America you can easily share a room with another person. This is not the case at all in Japan. The rooms are ridiculously small, and when they say a single they mean it. Imagine standing on top of your bed and spreading your arms wide like you are trying to fly then imagine that your hands could touch each wall if they were only 6 inches longer then put two grown men in there with all their gear. Yeah, not a sweet sleeping situation. But whatever, we were in Japan and we weren’t a going to let it get us down