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... Harajuku area.
First we saw the stunning Meiji Jingu shrine, a beautiful wooden construction honouring former emperor Meiji and his wife Empress Shoken (a renowned humanitarian). There we payed our respects at the Temizuya through the water prayer and visited the main shrine.
We then moved on to something a little less spritual: the famous Omote-Sando strip through Harajuku, one of the city`s main shopping and fashion districts. ...
... electric night time scenes of Tokyo and there was only one place to go in my way of thinking and that was Shibuya Crossing. So after a short break in a busy day, my colleagues and I took a taxi to Shibuya Crossing. I was not disappointed. Wow! High energy is the only way to describe it. Hordes of people crossing the intersection, going in all directions, searching for ...
... girls and a girl dressed in white with a man walking behind her with a huge pink umbrella. We think she might have been getting married or a traditional thing. We got such lunch and two packets of chips and sat down and had a rest at home. Then we went off to the Peacock store on our scooters to get some stuff for our breakfast and dinners. On the way back we saw a sign with swirly light up lollipops that ...
... next 5 weeks so might as well get used to them now. Hopefully can avoid the backpackers who are pretentious, organic hippies. We all know what I'm talking about.
Just had a quick lunch at a typical lunch/dinner diner. Very cool because you walk in and go to a machine and press the food you want from a picture. It prints out a receipt, you sit down and the food is ready within a minute. Also cheap. Rice with pork and an egg was US$3.50. So good way to eat cheap if you ...
... course Hello Kitty and other assorted cartoon stuff.
After the tour we visited Electric town in Akihabara to find an adapter, we found one! Which was all we needed, so all’s good. We lunched at that internationally renowned Japanese kitchen-style, 'the sushi train’. After lunch we took the train to Tokyo station to collect our Japan Rail passes. These allow us to travel on all JR trains throughout the country and, as we will be doing ...