Hotel Park Side
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... had great reviews specializing in a different style of ramen, dipping noodles. This was another one of those places that if we hadn’t known exactly where to look, and been more than a little lucky, we would have never found it. Of course the line didn’t hurt since we figured it was a win-win…either we found the place we were looking for or another place that was good enough to line up for! When we got inside we realized we were in the right place and ...
Yesterday we had some rain but it did not stop us from venturing out to Shimokitazawa - a funky little student area. Loads of vintage and second hand stores. Well worth the visit. We are pros with our pasmo card on the trains and subway now and we seem to be the only tourists anywhere we go. I'd actually like to think of us travellers and not tourists though. Lunch was amazing pizza in ...
... as the CN tower or the Eiffel Tower, you can clearly see where the main streets are. I am not sure if it is that the streets are so narrow or the urban planning design does not have explicit block designs, but it was hard to see where any of the major streets were. The next stop was the Shibuya area. We went to Takeshita Street which is a shopping street where many of the teenagers hangout. In the same neighbourhood there were also many ...
Last day in Tokyo and Japan today. We spent the last two nights at the Park Prince, located in a relatively quiet part of the city but only a few subway stops from the major spots around town. We spent most of yesterday in the Ginza area, the high end shopping Mecca. Every major brand and designer seems to have a glitzy shop there. While there we spent a couple of hours at the movies, watching John Turturro's ...
... against the white snow background. I jumped on the Yamanote line over to Ginza for lunch. I had a set menu, and they just kept coming with food! Started with soup, then dumplings, then fried chicken with rice, then salad and then almond yoghurt (not a fan!). Ginza is the main shopping district, so I had a nice wander around the super fancy shops. There was an amazing stationery shop - 5 floors! Managed to restrain myself. Then back on the ...