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Travel Blogs from Minato
Eat near Beihai Park
Walk back to Hotel Kapok
Private Tour Day:
Temple of Heaven
Peking Duck Lunch
Great Wall Excusion Day:
Wait for Pickup at Hotel
Ming Tombs (Dingling)
Jade Carving Factory
... small electronic stores. We wandered around for a while and actually ended up stumbling into this huge temple. We checked it out and and then headed for home where we hid out for a while until is was dark and a bit coolrt. We headed out that night for Roppongi, which is the rich area of town. We ended up just walking around checking out the $50,000+ cars that were constantly driving down the street. Basically ...
... br> Akihabara is what is known as the electric town of Tokyo, basically because it is full of everything electronic and it:s pretty cheap. Its a fun part of Tokyo to visit, but there is a definite seedy/pornographic aspect of it that starts to get really old after a day of walking around.
The next photo is of our visit to the Ghibli museum which is all about a particular anime studio (if your not aware of what this is then look at this ...
... floor have been turned into various activity areas - one room dedicated to arts and crafts, one room for music, a large library/study area, the gym, and the highlight for Nadia - a large infant/toddler play room, stocked with a little ball pit, a little slide, ride on/sit on toys, books, blocks, cars, trains, etc. This was a big hit with Nadia and she enjoyed playing with a new friend in the ball pit. She happily spoke English to the ...
... by Mayu. This being only our second day and I was already impressed with the quality and variety of Japanese food which encompasses so much more than the sushi, tempura and teriyaki which are popular in the West. Tokyo is after all home to more Michelin star restaurants than Paris these days. The Izakaya was a great experience and glimpse into how most Tokyoites and indeed Japanese spend their evenings and in another paradox of Japan we discovered that it is permissible ...