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Three things planned for today, Harajaku to go to the park, the Robot restaurant in Shinjuku and then cheer on Hull and West Ham hoping them win and Newcastle get relagated. First off is Hirajaku, when we were at Nara on a Sunday the parks are absolutely chocka and Harajaku has a reputation for the younger generation getting dressed up in all sorts of costumes, cosplay and goth and punk outfits. It's damn hot when we reach the far end of the park and walk through past a temple ...
... the receptionist at the hostel was. After discovering the cost of a taxi to Tokyo (about £140 according this bloke that apparently took us for mugs) and the cost of a bus they had waiting (£55) we decided it would be cheaper to stay in a capsule hotel at the airport and just go in to Tokyo the next day. Win had chosen a sofa in the lounge room thing to spend the night and we set off looking for a way to the hotel. Once outside the terminal ...
... only looked since we don’t need more stuff to log around for
the next few weeks.
I also noticed,
that most of the residential housing apartments, etc. have balconies. However I
never saw any patio furniture on it. Instead they always have laundry to dry
and bedding to air out, which are hanging from some kind of contraption.
Too bad the days in Japan had to come to an end. We
really enjoyed Tokyo very much.
... around 1am, making sure not to miss the last train of the night. Our food and drink tab often approached the $100 range per night - I'm talking about our last stop for the night, not the tab for the whole day! Malt beer lovers would find themselves in heaven here, and with sochu and sake options complementing the food so well it was impossible not to try them all. For cuisine that is generally considered healthy we sure were gaining weight over ...
... taken in where we were so it was good to walk around again with our eyes open this time! We walked then up through Shibuya and connected with Yogogi Park before making our way towards Meiji Shrine on the edge of the Harajuku district. Like Senso-Ji the day before, Meiji shrine is one of the biggest tourist attractions on Tokyo and after a beautiful walk through the forest we found Meiji shrine looming large in the parkland. Meiji was a wonderful sight and it ...