Hotel Hokke Inn Hatchobori
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... in Google Maps once again we headed down a few different little side streets until we found ourselves at Harajuku Taproom which seriously looked like it could have been plucked right out of Portland or Denver. The inside was covered with beer cans and bottles from all over the world and as we perused the menu and tried to decide which of their beers to try we spotted several Oregon and Colorado beers that had made the cut on the walls. Their beers were actually really ...
... basic features to the latest model with advanced features including refreshing melody option to offer much enjoyment. Although you may need some courage to use it for the first time, once you use is you may be hooked on it. Please experience Japanese toilet that was developed pursuing the refreshed feeling of the users."
Right - the instructions are easy enough. Dorrie, our own superstar Globetrekker, gave it a whirl at the ...
... moment, so that when one side goes all sides go. Each corner of this crossing has a wall of roughly 20 meters wide and 5 meters deep made of people, and when that light turns green that wall starts moving, at walking speed. The lights for pedestrians have a countdown system, so you can literally count the seconds to when everyone walks. The first few times experiencing it, the anticipation alone baffled my mind.
Having this wall of people move at you is an ...
... back to the hotel, washed up and made our way out to Kichioji, about 30 minutes away from downtown Tokyo. We met up at a restaraunt called Sublime, a really cool place on a small lake, overlooking Inokashira park. There were people in paddle boats and rowboat going by and many people walking their dogs. A very different side of Tokyo that we hadn't seen up till now. Dinner was many different plates of various items. Tempura, ...
... in love with some rubber pigs the second she walked in the door and lined up to buy as many as she was able to carry (five, incidentally) but we managed to escape with one, and a lot of other bits. Lunch was Brooklyn pancakes (naturally) and then we headed to the Rabbit cafe (rabbits to play with, not to eat). I would love to say that the rabbits enjoyed our company as much as we enjoyed theirs ...