Hearton Hotel Higashishinagawa
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... market we headed to the Asakura district which is a more traditional part of Tokyo. There we found the most wonderful Buddhist temple from the 7th century and a wonderful little market street where vendors have been selling goods to religious pilgrims for centuries. (let me add a caveat to my readers here-unfortunately, American bombing raids during WWII destroyed this complex, and it has been rebuilt. I can't tell you how many places we have been in the ...
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After lunch we snapped photos of us on the Shibuya scramble crossing and next to the Hachiko Statue. We obtained a guide on Shibuya from the tourist centre next to the statue and started exploring the neighbourhood. We ended up going on a long walk on which we stumbled upon many laneway bars and inadvertently many shops that were obscured with curtains that said the shop was for only 18+ year olds. Who knows what ...
... But we did. $10 for a liter of water was ridiculous. $2 to go to the bathroom was downight painful, but literally---there was no way around it. The johnny had a turnstyle at the entry that required two 100 yen coins! Anyway, I took my turn. Later in the night Dick roused me to say that he had to go to the bathroom, but didn't have the right change! He was a little anxious because he'd had a recent bout of diarrhea. :( I reassured him that there were ...
... amp; I had the regular cut. Yummy! Then bought Mon Cher cream dessert at Daimaru to eat in room later (really oishi especially the chestnut one). We also saw a demonstration of pulled candies. Meg went to the character street to see Jump Shop and Totoro Shop. Highlight of the evening was to go to Chidori ga Fuchi 千鳥ヶ淵 to see the Sakura light up. It was the last day for the light one ...
... went to the mori tower observatory deck, had no concept until this point how big Tokyo really is - 36million people!!! Views were amazing, practiced some night photography - i'll let you judge (Yes that is our reflection in the middle of the shot)
Best part of the day however was finding the golden gai district, which we had read about, was directly behind our hotel! Golden gai is ...