Weekly Dormy Inn Meguro Aobadai
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I have one complete day to relax and just stroll around Shibuya, Ginza & Omotesando. Make sure you also explore the Shinjuku station which has a huge shopping area too.
I love the variety of vending machines you find on the Japanese streets.
Tried out a japanese massage in Shibuya area while a lady was handing out few coupons for the massage. 30min foot massage costed around 2500 yen. ...
... Tower which I found very interesting. I enjoyed the morning, the Tokyo Tower is an iconic tower in Tokyo and I knew I had to see it and a school group should to.
In the afternoon, I visited the Roppongi Hills Tokyo City View which provides Tokyo's best view over the city. I caught a bus and then walked for a little bit until I reached the building. I stayed up the top for a few hours because the view is simply breathtaking! I could see so far in the distance it ...
... so a good place to go and grab a coffee and let Lucy burn off some energy ... There is a cafe open and the drugstore opens at 830 so good if we need anything too. We have only done our shopping at the flash David jones type food hall so far which is quite expensive. ,but has a huge range of products inc international brands , we are yet to find a cheaper Japanese supermarket but didn't really have the energy for that on the weekend - so am enjoying ...
... we come across the older part of Tokyo with a major shrine and markets. Possibly a bad idea to come here on Sunday as half of Tokyo's 14 million people are also taking the opportunity to browse the markets, and offer up wishes at Senso ji Shrine. A very large precinct, but well filled with locals.
Back to our hotel for pre-dinner drinks in our room prior to venturing out for Korean BBQ ...
... to make changes to what they are serving. We started the day today at Shibuya crossing. A huge intersection outside the train stop. It's very famous as it us one of the busiest intersections in the world. The lights change and people cross in every direction including diagonally across the street. Watching from Starbucks on the first floor it just looks like a sea of people. Poor Angus nearly got left behind as we made our way back to the station. We spent ...