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We returned to Tokyo today; very excited about returning to 'familiar' territory. After dropping off our luggage at The Celestine Hotel in Minato-ku (that's right! the same hotel as our Japan 2012 trip!), we hopped the Yamanote line to Harajuku. Upon arrival, we crossed the street to the main shopping street area, Takeshita-Dori. It was raining …
After a brief nap, we took the Yamanote line to Shinjuku station. Shinjuku is an area of Tokyo known for the red light district, yakuza, and lots of izakaya. Basically, it's kinda sketch compared to much of Tokyo.
Undaunted, we found our way to the main entrance of the Robot Restaurant. The building is awash with neon light and large …
... moving on.
Last stop for the day is Senso Ji Temple. This is the golden temple and where everyone comes hoping that the gods will bestow good fortune on them. Now knowing today is also the day of the Samba festival. Just like a mini Rio Carnival there are floats, people dancing in scantily clad clothing and samba music competing from each passing group. I come up on the wrong side of the street and have to fight the ...
... a pretty lake in the centre of town and had a nice brisk walk around the sadly still budding trees.
The next morning we awoke early as we wanted to check out the craziness that is Tsukiji Fish market. This is the biggest fish markets in the world with all manner of sea creatures for sale. We arrived early in the rain and decided to get in line with all the locals and tourists alike for some of the breakfast delicacies that are trademarks of Japan. We found ...
... conjures images of the inch-long fish that my family got that summer we tried to have an aquarium. It didn't last very long. In Asia, however, goldfish have been bred to bizarre extremes. Kind of like dogs. There was even one type of fish my friend and I dubbed "pugfish" because they looked exactly like tiny black pugs, only with scales and fins instead of fur and legs. Then there were the ones with the ...