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~*~ 1..2..3 Strikes you’re out!! Tokyo Baseball~*~

While in Tokyo, we got to experience one of Americans favorite past time, a baseball game.  That night at the Tokyo Dome, the Tokyo Giants played the Blue Jays  and the stadium was filled with lots of people.  There were two bands in the stands and a section where the fans spelled out the name “Giants”.  At this baseball game, people were able to bring in their own drinks and have the people place your beverages in cups for you to enjoy. I must say, while going through security, the guards were very friendly and lenient. The lightest security I have ever seen! Then we received complementary Pokey Sticks as well.

At the game, I was craving  hot dogs which I usually get when I go to a baseball game at home, and luckily they had them! I was so hungry, I ended up buying two of them and they were delicious.  When ordering a hotdog, a mustard and ketchup pack came with it that was connected together.  When you clamped them together, both squirts out very neatly. I thought this was very efficient way of dispensing your mustard and ketchup! I really enjoyed the game as we chanted along with the crowd, even though I did not know what they were saying, but it was fun! They had cheerleaders and the mascot came out to dance with them.  We had orange towels with the teammates names and  numbers on them and we swung them in the air after a good play was made. At the end of the night, the Giants won and we all had a good time after a hectic day of getting there!

Inside Tokyo Dome Baseball Game

Tokyo Dome Baseball Game
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1 comment June 10, 2010

~*~More company visits ~*~Q Entertainment

                     

A company visit Q Entertainment!

Another company visit was to Q Entertainment.  When we entered the building, we had to travel up at least 4 flights of  narrow  stairs. Then, we entered into a small room.  It seemed as if we were rushing to get to the company on time, and I was very tired. On another note, they gave us bottled water for our libation.  It was very warm in the little room at first, but then the AC started to kick in and I was ready for the presentation.  Then we got to hear about the games and games for mobile phones. We could not take photos during this presentation because of the many drawings and designs posted on the walls for new ideas.  I must say, some of the pictures were very good.

One of the mobile games that was brought up in the presentation was about horse racing.  The guy admitted that he was sort of a horse racing fan.  It was mentioned that this game was very popular amongst the mobile games in Japan and to me, it honestly looked very simple.  The goal was to make your horse run faster.

3 comments June 6, 2010


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