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... little sweet. The green tea was okay--not much flavor, but still sweet.
After spending the morning and early afternoon out, we headed back to the hotel to pick up our luggage and get a cab to the Osanbashi cruise ship passenger terminal. In typical Japanese fashion, the check-in at the terminal was orderly and quick. The only waiting we did was for about fifteen minutes after check in ...
... way we saw some cherry trees and saw some sort of 'VIP from Thailand’ with a security group and limos surrounding her. I snuck a photo when she walked into the photo I was taking accidentally. ;) Next we headed to the man-made island where we ate Korean BBQ for dinner. The restaurant that we were at was overlooking the Tokyo skyline, it was quite beautiful. We ate a lot of beef, including cow tongue. It was chewy and tough, but good. We took ...
... of Shinjuka, which was pretty refreshing amidst the busy city, up to the Mejji Shrine. The Shrine is pretty epic and gave us a glimpse of what a part of old Japan looked like. As well as tourists, people still visit the shrine religiously. There was a large basin before you entered the shrine and apparently it is used to wash your money in as they believe that if you wash it your money will be multiplied in the future... and you have clean money - win win. As you walk in there are ...
... on her smart-phone what might be the fastest and shortest way to get there. When we were about to thank them for their help, the girl said: “so lets go!” and they went with us for a short train ride, and a connecting metro ride to make sure that we would end up at the right place. Again we were touched by so much kindness!
Tokyo is huge, clean, modern, lively, hot and we love it! We loved exploring ...
... while we were there. It was very cool crossing the street with that many people. We also visited the insanely famous Hachiko statue (Wikipedia it or watch the movie Hachi for the heart wrenching back story).