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Welcome to our summary of day 4! Sinead decided to ditch her other half and spend the morning with us, which was lovely! We had a slow start but managed to get to the other side of the city and go to the top of the Metropolitan Government Offices. There is an observatory deck at the top with amazing views. We couldn't quite see mt Fuji because of cloud coverage but we could see the mountain range. We walked around a couple of local parks and saw another ...
... to go to but still. There were quite a lot of animals there that were a little bitter to watch. An aligator in a bath about five or six time his length, a troop of monkeys on a giant rock but nothing else really. Still, zoos do play a big role in the conservation and protection of animals. This was a big zoo and it was squeeky clean and it had a very nicely displayed vivaria. That doesn't sound dirty. At all.
Moving along... In the evening I got to ...
... and we arrived at Takeshita Street in Harajuku. This is a famous discount shopping street and is 1 street packed with little shops, stalls and alleys selling a whole range of tourist, fashion and bizarre goods. 1 shop specialised in clothing for DOGS! I guess the goths and other trends buy their stuff here. Nothing for us to buy except lunch at a Japanese Spaghetti Cafe, was surprisingly good at ¥1000 (AUD$10) per head. Turned another corner and arrived in the real ...
... I think they are having new tenants to boost business. However, a few of our favourite furniture shops and food outlets are still around. Very cute pet shop is still around. Saw two very spoiled small dogs being meticulously groomed. Lots of healthy dog food and even dog spa and hotel services offered.
We were too full to have dessert at the Toshi dessert place at Midtown. Maybe next ...
... bumpy and shaky like driving on a cart with small wooden wheels at high speed on a road with many holes in it. But surprisingly it felt like smooth waves.
So after a night of disturbed sleep, what's greater than watching two fat man in a kind of G-string, trying to push, pull and kick each other out of a small circle. Sumo-Wrestling-Championship!! It was wonderful and entertaining to watch the matches. Of course before and after ...