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... found by accident last time we were in Tokyo, Village Vanguard, which is kind of like Japan's version of Minotaur but more eclectic and random, and also some amazing Veg restaurants. The Vegan restaurant we tried was called Men Uota and was a great way to put down our bags and enjoy some delicious food and ice cold beer.
After hours of shopping, walking, eating and exploring we headed back to Nezu to unwind and rest. All in all a big epic day! Domo Arigato!
... you can continue to load money on as needed. As soon as we got back to Tokyo Station we purchased our cards and started to really feel like expert tourists. I suppose I could mention that we are sticking to one JR line that happens to run in a circle, but that would be less impressive, so we'll ignore that part. ...
... another museum. I had an excellent traditional Japanese meal of noodles and meat at Roppongi square and enjoyed the modern art museum and the hustle and bustle of the city's busiest mall complexes.
Taking it easy on day three did leave me with a very full schedule for day four, the last full day I had to go and explore the city and cross off the other sights on my list. Fortunately though, the fever had left me, the cold didn't get through to me, and on a very sunny ...
... Hama Rikyu Gardens and the Tsukiji Fish Market where all the tuna (and other seafood) is auctioned in the early hours of each day.
Fiinally it was into the Ginza area to experience the lights and the hustle and bustle of this famous area.
Our last chore was to find our way back to the hotel ... not a mean feat during rush hour. Buying the tickets was the easy part, finding the platform and the right train to catch ...
The red-light district, Kabukicho, is located nearby, and here we finally got to see a seedier side of Tokyo, which included some suspect-looking massage venues and a couple of homeless men sleeping on a bench. Large groups of Caucasians were partying here, so it's clearly a popular entertainment district as well.
Another popular area of Tokyo at night is called Shibuya, which is known for its bright lights, shopping, restaurants and ...