Ginza Capital Hotel Annex
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... worth the additional expense, and Skytree is no different. Nonetheless, we tack on another few thousand yen and few minutes more to the experience. All in all -- worth doing, but we can't imagine waiting in a long line and are glad out jetlag helped get us out the door early.
Some Skytree green tea latte, cream roll and chocolate cake later, we're ready for another round of Solomachi souvenir shopping.
Next STOP -- Bunny Cafe!
... with a top class service which makes us leave happy to have discovered this little gem. It's 3pm when we start walking to the Imperial Palace. We can visit only the East Gardens as the palace is not open to the public. It's a pleasant walk along the river outside the walls, full of trees and birds singing. It's a pity we weren't here during the Cherry blossom! From there, we visited Yasukuni Shrine, which commemorates those who died in the wars involving Japan, including several ...
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... I would spread the word on his work as a voluntary guide, so if anyone reading this is going to Tokyo and would like to be led around by Makoto, please get in touch with me so I can give you his contact details.
Our next stop was the tallest freestanding broadcasting tower in the world, the Tokyo Tower. Mimicking the Eiffel tower in Paris, except for its red and white paintjob, we wanted to take a few pictures.
On our way there we happened upon Marco Sanchez, who I had ...
So I had a completely non eventful journey, which of course is the best type to have. Spent the night at Heathrow which is without a doubt a 5 star airport sleeping experience. No weirdos or homeless people, toilets and vending machines! Made a new friend. No idea what her name was and we got involved in a highly competitive game of uno with some Austrians and a Russian. There was a little ...