Ray and Yolanda and Eric and Jeremy get off their plane and head for the bus to the hotel where the marked cars are to be found. They take the same bus to the hotel, and they find the hotel at the same time. Ray and Yolanda take off, while Eric and Jeremy go inside for some directions. Ray and Yolanda figure they can get themselves there without help. They, of course, become lost almost immediately. In fact, they miss the turn for their expressway, which was hiding in a tricky manner by being marked with a large sign.
BJ and Tyler land and take the bus to the hotel. "This is our time to catch up!" they declare dramatically, because "Where's the bus?" would be boring. Meanwhile, Jeremy admires all the lights of Tokyo. They talk about how "screwed" they'd be without the map they got at the hotel, and indeed, Ray and Yolanda are just that screwed right now without the hotel map. They have literally stopped in the middle of the highway, right where it's splitting, so that they can ponder which way to go. As if sitting there will help them figure it out, you know? BJ and Tyler also get off the bus and get their car out onto the expressway. Tyler dances in the driver's seat. Eric and Jeremy are the first ones to find the building where they have to park, although they seem to find it fairly luckily. I cannot explain the weird electric guitar going in the background, by the way. I guess someone thinks it sounds...like Japanese light rock? I don't know. Maybe it does, but I'm lost. Ray and Yolanda now stop for more directions, because stopping for directions is kind of what they do, and then soon, they're on their way again.
Tyler feels like he's home. Many Japanese people wave their arms frantically in a gesture of dispute and make "thumbs down" gestures.
Ray and Yolanda have trouble with directions. I need a macro for that. I actually need a single button for that on my keyboard. I demand that someone invent the Of Course button, which should be programmable.
Shibuya! Eric and Jeremy are looking around for other teams, but soon turn their attention to watching the big video screens. The shots of them staring up at the buildings certainly do make them look even more baffled than usual. Jeremy is actually mouth-breathing while watching, which makes anyone look more alert and intelligent, as you undoubtedly know. And then finally, they spot the "Find Hachiko" clue, which Phil explains refers to a statue of Hachiko, who is apparently a celebrated dog of Japanese lore. Sitting by the statue is a lovely young man in a yellow and red scarf, and he has their clue. He's cute, if a little girly. Eric and Jeremy stop a couple of women and ask where to find Hachiko, and they get a tentative, shy point in the right direction for their trouble. They wander off and find the guy in the scarf, and he turns over their clue. They chuckle at how impressive it was that the women they asked -- I'm sorry, the "chicks" -- knew about the dog statue. It is in their country, you turkeys.