Hotel Avanshell Akasaka
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... of flavors.
We had a 45 min walk home which also felt good. The rain had stopped and we hurried along the streets of Shibuya towards home. Its not late and we want to watch a show.
After only 10 min I have made what seemed impossible possible- Netflix isn’t available in Japan. I find a blog that describes how to get a VRP (I think that is what its called) is a secret address that allows you to brows the internet ...
... at Shibuya station at the end of every day, arriving precisely when the owner’s train would arrive. Hachiko would continue to wait for his owner for the next nine years following his master’s death. Touching stuff, I know, hence our wanting to see the statue.
We could walk directly from the park to Shibuya, so we did, because we’re hard-core travellers and all. Complaining about how our backs and feet hurt the entire way we walked all of the 1.5km to ...
... you can purchase a tablet and write a personal prayer of your own, so of course I had to! We also had the great fortune to walk up to the main shrine just before a couple was entering to pray. I'm not sure what they did differently to be allowed in, but they followed the same ritual as everyone else, just did so inside and with branches of some kind. The gong was also sounded, which was a very intense moment (see ...
... Harajuku, where the city's fashionable youth go to buy their fascinating outfits and the less fashionable come to gawk at them. When I visisted, which was in the middle of the day, in the middle of the week, it was mostly filled with tourist and shop employees trying to lure people into their stores. No less interesting though.
From Harajuku I walked through another shopping district (this time filled with luxury brands and quirky little design stores) back to the ...
... for me.
After our sushi breakfast we navigated Tokyo's metro subway back to our hotel where we had a brief rest before packing and checking out.
The Japan Meteorological Agency was accurate in its prediction of today's weather as it had started to drizzle while we had been in our hotel. It was definitely down jacket weather today.
Our next destination was the Imperial East Gardens. After a stroll through the Gardens we walked ...