Grand Nikko Tokyo Daiba
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... visited the Meiji Shrine. In the middle of Tokyo this park is on 83,000 sq metres and is not the only large park.
We did this before heading into the fashion district.
We also had a late lunch, 4pm, in a bohemiam restaurant, quite French looking, which was full of character downstairs off the street.
It was then another train trip back to the station before our stop so we could walk thru an area we had been told had several ...
... friends from Sweden! Back in Sweden I never saw them since they live so far away but, I saw on Facebook thet they apparently are in Tokyo on vacation! So, instead we meet in Tokyo hah^^ Have a lot to write about regarding mine and moms vacation (we did so much!) but now, as stated, it is time for her to go home. And for me to stop ...
... at first it takes you to where you want to go (towards the altar) but suddenly it takes a turn and you have to fight against it with everything you have just to stay upright. All was going well until I started heading towards the altar, like a black hole everyone was trying to crowd up around it, people were throwing in money across people’s heads because they couldn’t get close enough. People pushed from all directions towards the altar and just ...
... It was a lovely way to spend a hot afternoon with cones of deliciously cold gelati and a spot of people watching. Looking around the stores, virtually every leading brand name in fashion and cosmetics has a flagship store here. Then, we notice a lone monk dressed in robes, chanting a mantra as he makes his way slowly up the street, his traditional dress and presence seems so antithetical to the world of high end fashion. But then again maybe that's why he's here - ...
- the toilet seat in our room is heated. when you sit on it, water starts swishing to help encourage you to go.
- parks close at 4:30. know this before you take the subway all the way there
- everyone here is super nice and knows enough english to help you. my plan of japanese language ignorance is paying ...