Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo
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... looking back, that may have been ambitious. If I had been based in one or two locations, that would have been highly possible but most riding days were about getting from one town to another with gear to pack along. Plus, I took a lot of time to stop, admire the view and take photos, much more so than my last tour of Japan. Total elevation gain was not a surprise...I climbed a lot and my legs felt it. However, one of the goals of cycling Japan was to climb mountains and I ...
... after a tropical storm and the weather was perfect for our entire stay; mid-twenties and blue skies. For a view of the entire city we paid $21 each to go up to the Sky Deck (roof) of the Mori Tower, one of the tallest buildings in Tokyo, located in the Roppongi area. The 360º view was stunning - the city stretched as far as the eye could see. The ticket also included the entry fee to the Mori Art museum, which had some pretty interesting pieces.
... just the right moments, so most of my photos are of the backs of some people and I also didn't capture some of the best styles I saw that day.
After a stop at Omotesando Hills department store to look for a laptop case for Yuki, we walked towards Harajuku amongst tons and tons of people, stopping at Oriental Bazaar, a store selling typical Japanese wares such as printed cloth wall hangings, teapots, yukata, Japanese trinkets and tourist Tokyo t-shirts.
... and much to our disbelief we found them, knickers in a vending machine. Mission accomplished.
Amazingly we found something for free in Tokyo, you can go up to the top of the Government Building for a panoramic view of the city for free, brilliant. Through a mix of google maps and sheer luck we found our way to the building and joined the queue for the lift. At the top we had a pretty cool view of the city by night, but to be honest it didn’t look a ...
... to a drawer -and that's the drawer with your fortune. Molly drew her lot first and her fortune paper said "Good Fortune". Simple, but okay cool! Then I went... yeahhh I drew "Bad Fortune". Hmm maybe I should have participated in those handwashing & incense/Buddha-rubbing rituals afterall! :)
After laughing off our fortunes (or mine anyway ;) we wandered around the Asakusa neighborhood some more. We ...
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