So how it typically works is you walk up to one of the pay stations, and up on the pay stations is a map of where all the available trains are headed. The cost of the trip will depend on the distance from the station. I didn't take a picture of this whole process because the combination of (1) foreigner trying to decipher the maps, (2) taking a long time to perform #1, and (3) fumbling around my pockets to figure out which coins to insert into the machine would probably lead to some very grumpy Japanese commuters.
Anyways, 550 yen later, I was on my way to Yokohama Chinatown via the MiratoMirai Line!
These buns were made to look like panda bears!
These were by far my favorite. They're kind of like a hybrid dragon dumpling. Imagine a dragon dumpling with a fried bottom. So it's kind of like a wuo tiep + xiao long bao!
And these things are RIDICULOUSLY juicy. I bit into one while seated on the steps of a temple, and the sumbitch shot out onto my pants/shoe. That was almost a two foot trajectory!
Aforementioned temple + newly purchased sausage. They looked so tasty!
I saw this advertisement. Figured I'd keep a record of it here. The dental office looks pretty slick, doesn't it? Clean and modern. More like a spa than a dental office, I think.