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So pretty much, it's a very, very busy street and imagine it like Times Square x 5.
The weather in June is pretty unique, however, so it was gloomy the whole day. At times, it started raining really hard. We never saw the sun today, but watching the crossing of people holding colorful umbrellas were especially interesting!
So my brother and I went to ...
... I know my blog entries have shown that). Or maybe with all the meditation and praying I did yesterday at the many temples that I stopped at, my mind decided to reward that peace with a simply wonderful dream. Whatever the case, after that dream I wanted it to be a good day, and it was. I had to check out of my hotel room today. I originally only booked it for a couple of days, and when I went to check in they were fully booked tonight. I ended ...
... and the locals swamped it...was pretty funny going in there. We jumped on the train and went to Harajuku which is basically just a street landed with shops and stalls. It was all lit up and quite pretty looking. Funniest shop was the dog shop which sold full on outfits! Once we had walked that street we headed back to Shibuya to take some more pictures of the famous street crossing and head in for the ...
... the neighbourhood is dedicated to the crazy and unique fashions of the young generation in Tokyo. You can find second hand stores selling clothing and jewelry from different eras, bright and colourful accessories in the front windows and vintage stores selling previously owned, high end jewelry like Chanel, Hermes and Tiffany. Even the people walking along the streets were decked out in typical Harajuku-attire: bright colours, tutus, sparkles and rhinestones ...
... place to prevent the wide eyes of tourists from staring, but they must do at least part of it in a public area, because I got to watch the couple walk towards the private ceremony hall together. Very cool. The last thing I did at Meji Jingu was pay the ridiculous fee of 500 yen to see some irises, a tea house, and a koi pond in the garden kept for Emperor Meji. But I had time to kill, so I did it anyways. It was quite beautiful, but after one has seen 100 Iris blooms in an ...
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