[76attendees] Latitude/longitude (was Re: Moving sushi)

Ross Finlayson <finlayson@live555.com> Wed, 11 November 2009 09:49 UTC

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Date: Wed, 11 Nov 2009 18:49:39 +0900
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>Someone asked me about places that serves sushi that moves in a boat
>or on a conveyor belt. I accidentally ran into such a place in the
>sub-basement of Sogo today (B1F). It's down at the end of a little
>alley with a bakery opposite and a drugstore near by.

This sort of information, while greatly appreciated, isn't 
particularly optimal, because - based on these directions - the place 
will still be rather hard to find.  (For starters, where/what is 
"Sogo"?)  As many of us have found, finding one's way around in 
Japanese cities can be non-trivial, to put it mildly.

It would be even more helpful if people could post latitude/longitude 
for places, if they know it (e.g., if they have a GPS receiver).

As my own humble contribution to this cause, here is the 
latitude/longitude for the "Okonami-mura" building, which contains 
several Okonomi-yaki restaurants:	34.39187,132.46204

	Ross.