Hotel Gracery Tamachi
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... have to pay 300 yen to get into the main hall. We paid and it was nice to get out the rain. It was really dark and foggy so the view back over the city wasn't as good as it could have been and doesn't show particularly well in the photos but it was a great view. We walked around the grounds which are massive for about 40 minutes, I also drank from the water from the mountain which is meant to be sacred, then headed back down the hill. The main road leading to ...
I have one complete day to relax and just stroll around Shibuya, Ginza & Omotesando. Make sure you also explore the Shinjuku station which has a huge shopping area too.
I love the variety of vending machines you find on the Japanese streets.
Tried out a japanese massage in Shibuya area while a lady was handing out few coupons for the massage. 30min foot massage costed around 2500 yen. ...
... comfortable and not getting wet. The whole way back he kept stopping to point out places of interest & tell us about the history of the Asakusa area, we have a lot of exploring to do tomorrow now! Fingers crossed the rain stops! We have been surprised at how much English writing is around and everyone we have spoken to seems to know some English, even if only a little! We were told before we left how helpful the people here are and it's very true, lucky for ...
... Shibuya is one of many business/entertainment districts in Tokyo and is particularly known for its famous big streetcrossing with huge crowds crossing the street every two minutes or so. I thought it would be fun to capture this on tape instead of photo. As i pulled out my camera all of a sudden i heard police sirens wailing and cops lining up to block the entire crossing. In the distance i could see a group of demonstrators coming towards me. As they entered the crossing ...
... a longer massage in a massage chair. We had thought about also visiting the Edo-Tokyo Museum while in the area but we didn't have time. Maybe next time.
Soon enough it was time to go back to the hotel to collect our bags before the 2 hour 40 minute trip on the Shinkansen to Kyoto. Japan's Meteorological Agency was again accurate in that the forecast flurries were soon falling from the sky as we walked across the road from our hotel to Tokyo ...