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... cafe, walk down through the Kagurazaka street which is lined up with stores and eatery joints. At mid-point of the slope, you will arrive at Zenkoku-ji Temple.
For Dinner, try the Daikonya
3-1-4 Kagurazaka, Shinjuku, Tokyo Prefecture 162-0825 , Japan
For those who do not want to venture out, you can always try the McDonalds along the slope. They are not bad either.
... city emits.
Additionally a big thunderstorm north provides a scenery with lightening and special glowing horizon which makes this visit unique.
Keeping our last twio days in mind we soon retire from the team (all of them have more than one hour to go home) and are happy to go back to the apartment.
One last decision was taken in the metro: We go to the Fish auction early in the morning and book the taxi for 03:00 and try to catch some sleep
... it was a 5 story store with Hello Kitty, Kerokeroopi, Monchichi, Bearbrick, Lego, and much much more. Really cool nicknacks and stuff available. Erica and Trevor and Geoff picked up some souvenirs for friends, and we left to walk to Meiji Shrine. Meiji Shrine is a Shinto Shrine dedicated to the deified spirits of the Emperor Meiji and his wife who lived in the late 1800's - early 1900's. Very impressive Torii gates leading to the shrine. On New Year's Day over 3,000,000 walk ...
... on the metro and we arrived in Shinjuku where we grabbed some food and wandered the shops in the area, the choice of electronic goods was excellent. It was then another couple of stops on the Metro to the Harajuku district, where we discovered H&M. Both Andy and I found a few garments, we were like kids in a candy store, I think we have both missed it! The garments and fashion style on display in the Harajuku district were fascinating and ...
... later, I pulled out my map and tried to ask her where a few things in Tokyo were. She didn't speak anything in English except "No" and "OK" and her answers went like this. "No, ok...ok no"So I gave up with a Arigattoo gozaaimaasss.Minutes later, not to be held back by a language barrier, she pulled out her phone, hopped on her translator and lo and behold, we had an entire conversation on the bus through her phone as it translated from one language ...