Grand Pacific Le Daiba
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... the maps on the street are definitely NOT to scale, so it's easy to get somewhere much faster than what you think you will. Shortly after it was clear we were in the correct spot and entering the South side of the park and shrine area. Our timing of visiting the shrine was perfect as we had just learned the day before about how Emperor Meiji was the one who re-named Edo to Tokyo and moved the capital here in the ...
... local arts and crafts shops as well.
That evening, we went back to Shibuya to hang out with the cool kids and see the famous Shibuya crossing at night. We grabbed a frappe at Starbucks on the second floor and watched the crazy scramble of people through the six-way intersection. At it's peak, about 3000 people go through this intersection at once! We then wandered through 109 Mens, a department store known to start most fashion trends in ...
... Indonesian Rupia,15 Singapore cents, 20 Malaysian cents, 1 Japanese Yen
# of times we did laundry: 7
# of languages we know how to say Butterfly in: 30
# of holes Amber's sneakers: 4
Next stop: One more day in Tokyo
... know my motto for this trip right now... Totally. Worth. It!
So this evening i decided that for my last meal in Japan it could only be one thing. Now i did find this little nboodle bar near the hotel that is simply fabulous and i have enjoyed their food on a number of occasions but screw that, i want SUSHI! So i trundled off to a sushi bar that had got a number of very positive reviews on line - it's one of those conveyor belt type sushi joints but with ...
... br> The conversation was quite hilarious as the sisters spoke very
limited English and we spoke very limited Japanese, so the majority
of the conversation was improvised using phrase books and google
translate. We then went...
29 January 2013 – Day 39
Today Mayumi and her sister took us
around Tokyo. It was great fun. They met us in Asakusa and took us on
a ferry ride down to ...