Hotel Hokke Inn Hatchobori
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... that listed flight information showed our flight leaving 15 minutes earlier than the itinerary that we had received. This stressed me out a little but in the end, we had plenty of time. It seems around 6pm is a very popular departure time from Narita Airport. Every gate was packed and every duty free store had lines of people waiting to check ...
I have one complete day to relax and just stroll around Shibuya, Ginza & Omotesando. Make sure you also explore the Shinjuku station which has a huge shopping area too.
I love the variety of vending machines you find on the Japanese streets.
Tried out a japanese massage in Shibuya area while a lady was handing out few coupons for the massage. 30min foot massage costed around 2500 yen. ...
... which is eating sushi for breakfast. I'm not going to lie-I was tired and it was hot so when we got there I wasn't all that hungry and nothing about sushi sounded good. However, when you walk through the main entrance there are people buzzing all over the place and the energy just wakes you up. There are a handful of rows containing little open-air shops where you can buy produce, flowers and gifts, but also sushi restaurants. ...
... Even though the sky was a bit hazy we still got some decent views. The only major landmark we did not see was Mount Fuji. We spent about ten minutes in each tower and then headed back to street level.
Our next destination was Hachiko Square aka the busiest pedestrian crossing in the world. It can see up to one million people a day and around 10,000 in a single crossing.
Before we actually reached the crossing we passed through a really cool park ...
... man from Mars’ do the navigating, he never lets me near a map for more than about 20 seconds anyway.
Next we ventured back to the Ginza, probably the best known area of Tokyo. We wondered around here for a bit, ventured into the Imperial Hotel to check out the Frank Lloyd Wright installations and then stopped for a drink in a small Italian Bar called Il Barocco. It had started to rain quite heavily so we took cover here for a while and ...