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... and there were lots of them, many of them full of office workers and there were queues to get an empty seat.
I walked into a couple, and walked out again, they were too crowded and people were pushing past me to get to the machines where you order food from the numbered pictures by putting money in and getting tickets to hand over at the counter. It got to the point I was so hungry that I decided to force myself to stand before a machine in a place with ...
... restaurant. We both had the lunch special which was a bento box full of tasty tidbits like miso soup, tempura fish and vegetables and fried pork. Very tasty.
From Omotesando Dori we took the train to Shibuya. This area appears to be dedicated to fashion, if that’s what you can call it. Shibuya 109, is a building that is roughly 10 stories high and full of shop after shop selling mostly outlandish clothes. Each individual shop plays ...
Lazy start to the day, sauntering down to the railway later than usual but still way too many people in a hurry to get to work. Had an average brekky in Tokyo central, not so common to have breakfast on the go. No one eats or drinks on the trains or platforms and there are very few rubbish bins anywhere, but not an issue as there is almost no rubbish lying around even on the train stations. Walked to the Imperial Gardens, today they are OPEN. However after 1/2 hour walking around, ...
... amount of time it would have taken to make this would be immense.
We were also very lucky in which we got five fast passes in the one day. This meant that we did almost all the great thrill rides twice!
... and off and off. This intricate layout of the area and difficulty finding any points of reference made us walk around aimlessly after a while. Even with asking we couldn't find our way back to the directions we had brought with us. Getting somewhat sick of it, we suddenly stumbled upon a shop pointed out in the directions and soon stood in a doorway. Not really a lobby, but more of a residential stairway. There was a man behind a window and guided us ...