Hotel Hokke Inn Hatchobori
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... to make the most of it. We did stop at a cosplay (costume-play) shop where I dressed up and a student and took some funny pictures in a photo booth that I will share with you later.
We then headed to Shinjuku late afternoon and strolled around in narrow and busy streets, enjoying the atmosphere and the people going about their day. Then an enormous growl resonated in the streets and startled us. We looked up where the noise came from and it ...
... heart's content and then past that in spite of my stomach, figuring the rest of the day was going to be mild, at worst.
After lunch, we went to Stormrider, which is supposed to be a ride that simulates a hurricane or storm experience while in an aircraft. What is really is is a ride that simulates flying through a brief rainstorm while the helicopters around you get struck down by lightning and explode. At the end, our ...
... story pagoda and the main worship hall ..
A shopping street of over 200 meters, called Nakamise, leads from the outer gate to the temple's second gate selling typical Japanese souvenirs . Shopping crush.. people by the hundreds vying to buy! The shopping street has a history of several centuries.
Socialising is popular there with the hundreds of food outlets, tea houses, ice cream shops etc..
Out of the crowds of ...
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... I was helped by a guy with very good English( a bit of a rarity in japan so far) who spotted me looking confused. Once I'd found my hotel, I ditched my stuff and headed off through the soaring high rises of west shinjuku towards the metropolitan govt buildings that offer panoramic views over Tokyo for free. Unfortunately the visibility wasn't quite good enough to see mt Fuji 60 miles away, however the views over Tokyo itself showed the shear ...