Hotel Okura Tokyo
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... takes me three tries. The prize is a 10% discount voucher, good for our next visit. Since we're not coming back around here any time soon, we are given a toy from the prize box instead. They are both little rubber pieces of sushi. We head south a little more and arrive at Shibuya Crossing. We've made sure to arrive here after dark. This is a massive intersection of nearly a dozen streets. Above the traffic, both vehicular and pedestrian there are massive neon and LED advertisements and ...
... outfit on the next block! Turns out each neighbourhood gets together to build a shrine and carry it around while chanting because it is a holiday weekend.
I finally had my turn at gambling today! I probably would have rocked it if I knew how to play. Pachinko machines are incredibly popular in japan and has made it oversees to casinos abroad. It kind of looks like a vertical pinball machine ...
Today we met some friends and decided to go to the Ueno zoo. Or at least that was our plan because when we arrived at Ueno the zoo was closed because of reconstruction unfortunately.
But instead of the zoo we went to the aquarium in the so called Sunshine City, which was nice too. Apart from all the fishes they had (even pink ones!), there were also ...
... the game we grabbed a bite at some restaurant inside the stadium, then made a mad dash back to the metro. Everyone hold onto your hats! It was now insanely windy out and I'm not sure even the stiffest of umbrellas wouldn't have been turned inside out. Once we were back near our hotel we decided to cap off this tale of two days - terrible to start but terrific to finish - with a super sized, delicious bowl of steaming hot ramen in some smoky little bar. Now that's more like it! ...
... visit to the shrine shop (to buy postcards which we still haven't sent!) we headed off to explore a very popular fashion street (where teenagers go to buy fetish like clothes!) What a spectacle! The street was teeming with people and many of them were dressed in a baby-like (little Britain I'm a lady) style?! Lots of lace and frills and hair in bunches!! I managed to take a couple of photographs but unfortunately couldn't find a shop to buy a purple or blue wig with ...