Hotel Mets Musashisakai
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... which I have since learned is one of many 熊野神社 (Kumano Shrines). There were a few cherry blossom trees but nothing like we'd later see in Osaka! We looked at some shops and restaurants, and ended up buying some lunch from 7-Eleven. 7-Eleven has pretty much become our favourite convenience store, as the lunches are really good and really cheap! We really like pear Fanta and melon pan (sweet ...
... Station, we are now quite expert so easy to find our way around. Instead of going back to the hotel then heading back to Shinjuku, we decided to leave our luggage at Shinjuku station. It is quite convenient to have lockers at the station, so you can leave all the big luggages. So on the plan for the afternoon: going to visit Gyoen Park. It seems like a great place to view cherry blossom in a nice park.
After getting lost a bit on the way, ...
... br> Akihabara is what is known as the electric town of Tokyo, basically because it is full of everything electronic and it:s pretty cheap. Its a fun part of Tokyo to visit, but there is a definite seedy/pornographic aspect of it that starts to get really old after a day of walking around.
The next photo is of our visit to the Ghibli museum which is all about a particular anime studio (if your not aware of what this is then look at this ...
... dessert. To our surprise what started as a gloomy wet day turned into a beautiful afternoon of blue skys and shinshine right in time for our feast on the garden bench. Everyone must have thought it was still raining cause we had the entire rooftop to ourselves. Its still early in the trip but i think this could easily be one of the top highlights. Shibuya Shopping: Next we headed to Shibuya another popular district district in Tokyo famous for its shopping ...
... but within. We really did not see a lot of litter bins in public. I guess they are needed in abundance in places where people have a tendency to litter. The Japanese are certainly not afflicted with that malaise.
Day One of our RTW trip began dramatically with an earthquake at 4 am which we experienced from our 11th floor room in a Narita hotel. We found no references to it in the media but we did see the hangers oscillate, the bed shake for several seconds. ...