Hannou Daiichi Hotel
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Tokyo Station, Marunouchi, Hato bus - Imperial Palace, Asakasbushi,
Asakusa - Ginza line, Hozo-mon, awesome soba lunch, Tokyo Tower, Tokyo
Metropolitan No. 1 Building (observatory)
... afield. On my way back to the airport I got a bit muddled changing train lines (as there are a million options) but luckily there are information kiosks with English speakers to bail you out. I made it back to the airport, had more ramen and feel asleep on some seats at the gate.
I was really glad to see Japan, however brief. It really is a different place. So much going on! Even the toilets are complicated.There is ...
... no other. All you see around you is people. What was previously an almost perfectly lined up wall has turned into a throng of people all going about their own way, evading other people left and right. It makes me want to stand still in the middle of the crossing and just let their energy wash over me, the energy of hundreds of people simultaneously living their lives.
Taking pictures in that mess of a mass is nigh impossible, so all of my pictures failed. Luckily ...
... only going up to large. Obligatory souvenirs bought I headed back to our hotel where I needed to dispose of the better part of a litre of gin I could not bring back to Australia. Gin and Tonics all around at mine! That sorted,we headed up to the 45th floor for pre dinner drinks, then on to a beautiful Japanese steak restaurant for dinner. The highlight though, of our last night, was a Karaoke Bar we found which allowed us to sing our hearts out in a private room, ...
... have seen if we had gone inside one of them. After exploring the streets of Shibuya, mainly just by walking past the many shops, high fashion or otherwise, we caught the train from Shibuya to Shinjuku.
In Shinjuku we again followed the guide and visited the rooftop gardens on top of the Takashimaya shopping centre. I bought two Oxford Cotton Button Downs (or OCBDs as they're known on some places on the internet) from a shop I noticed was ...
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