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HONEYMOON IN JAPAN

We are planning a two week trip to Japan, stopping in Tokyo, Mt. Fuji, Kyoto, Kanazawa and Osaka.
Help us eat, drink and ride bullet trains through Japan!

Just check the box next to any gifts you wish to purchase, then click the 'Purchase' button at the bottom of the page. All prices are in Australian dollars.

Questions? If you have any questions, please contact the event host.

Gift Value Buy Gift
Support our Sake addiction.
Beer
When us Aussie's travel, we get homesick. How to cure homesickness? BEER.
$10.00


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Slightly better beer
Maybe a fancy Asahi?
$15.00


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Red Eye Cocktail
Beer + tomato juice + raw egg + vodka = hangover.
$20.00


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Glass of Sake
Don't try and get us drunk.
$10.00


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Bottle of Sake
Ok, you're trying to get us drunk.
$50.00


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Make us do something crazy!
Watch Wrestling Practice at a Sumo Stable
The title speaks for itself. Two sumo's fighting it out in the ring. Who wouldn't pay to watch this?
$50.00


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Go to a Cat Cafe
You know our love for cats. Shout a cat a coffee.
$30.00


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Attend a Tuna Auction
Recently, Mel lost her five goldfish and eleven snails. She is looking for a fish that can survive longer.
$75.00


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Eat at the Kill Bill Inspiration Restaurant
Gonpachi restaurant, is known as being the inspiration for the fight scene from the Kill Bill movie.
$150.00


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Sing Karaoke
Steve thinks he has a good voice, let's embarrass him.
$15.00


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Buy a Japanese Knife
Steve has been asking me to buy a Japanese knife forever. I tried Ebay but I don't think they're authentic ..
$100.00


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Buy something from a Vending machine
It is hard to walk a block in Tokyo without passing a half dozen vending machines. Some weird items for sale are dog food, hair products, umbrellas and hamburgers.
$5.00


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Visit Cat Island
Need I say more? An island of cats.
$50.00


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Kabukicho Robot Restaurant
Cabaret where the show girls are all androids, and the patrons couldn't be more pleased.
$50.00


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See GODZILLA!
He's not quite the menace he once was, but he still has some chops.
$25.00


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Meguro Parasitological Museum
Who doesn't want to visit the museum of parasites?
$25.00


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Get our ears cleaned
At the ear cleaning parlor! New business idea for Melbourne possibly? We need to do research.
$25.00


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Dare us to eat something weird!
Chicken cartilage
Ok, this might be on the menu in the Philippines, but it definitely isn't here is Oz. Steve will enjoy this one, while Mel might not ..
$30.00


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Candied grasshoppers
In summary, grasshoppers + soy sauce + sugar.
$30.00


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Fugu (Pufferfish)
Want us to risk our lives for your enjoyment? It is said that only 35% of people who eat this, survive.
$75.00


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Inago No Tsukudani (Locust)
People started to eat locusts as a means to combat locust plagues. We really should help them.
$15.00


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Hachinoko (Bee and Wasp Larvae)
Mmm .. yum.
$10.00


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Habushu (Okinawan Snake Wine)
This controversial liqueur is either made by 1) drowning a viper snake in alcohol or 2) by freezing and gutting the viper snake, then putting it in alcohol, thus resulting in a more aggressive pose as the snake thaws.
$75.00


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Square Watermelon
This is just cute.
$20.00


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Kurage (Jellyfish)
Why not?
$20.00


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