The clue they open is a Detour. Phil explains about a Detour, and the pros as well as the cons, and then he says that the choices are Maiden and Messenger. In Maiden, you take a taxi seven miles to a tea garden, where you carry a maiden in a sort of litter thing about a third of a mile to a tea ceremony. In Messenger, you travel on foot about 200 yards to a parking lot, where you assemble two "folding bikes" and pick up two messenger bags that you have to deliver on the bikes to two different buildings. When the deliveries are finished, you bring back the signatures and get your clue. Eric and Jeremy choose Maiden (duh!) and get back in their taxi. Like Eric and Jeremy were ever not going to choose something called "Maiden." It would be like hitting a Roadblock where the clue says, "Who wants to touch some large breasts?" and having them both refuse to do it.
BJ and Tyler drive into Shibuya. They also find the parking with what appears to be a minimum of drama. So you'll notice they've made up an hour and a half on Ray and Yolanda. They park their car and head into the square. They quickly spot the "Find Hachiko" sign. They ask someone (apparently, Tyler does not know what Hachiko is), and they go over to the scarf guy, to whom Tyler says, in a way most embarrassing, that he wants the clue. Except he says it in Japanese, and he says it like he's four years old, and he says it like he's on crack. In spite of this, the guy gives him the clue. They choose the Messenger Detour, on the theory that Tyler will be able to get directions on the bikes so quickly that it will be faster. Have they mentioned that Tyler speaks Japanese and feels at home here? I think what's funny is that Tyler seems to have said certain things over and over and over to make sure that they got a great shot of him saying that particular thing that they could use, and even he didn't intend for the goddamn editors to use all of the times that he said everything.