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... day, hence the queue to snap up the Sublime Bitter bars. I however opted for the Sakura Green Tea and the Cream Cheese flavours.
For lunch, I head for Rengatei, a packed restaurant in the backstreets of upscale Ginza – the Knightsbridge of Tokyo – that’s been around for over 100 years. The place is tacky and drab looking, but it thrives because it excels at yōshoku, western food tailored to Japanese tastes. I went for ...
... be and she knew what we were talking about - she said that the "passoinate" kids are usually on the other side of the station. As we were walking over there, we saw one "passionate youth" - not knowing if she was the only one, I ran a bit ahead to try and take a picture of her. When we got to the other side of the station, we saw them all, and realized that there would be many photo opportunities There were about 30 youths dressed up in the most outrageous outfits that they ...
... to eat.
Back again after visiting our favourite Chinese restaurant from four years ago and enjoying a lovely meal and a small bottle of sake between us. It's 20.30 here and we're both ready for our beds, which is exactly where I'm going after I've uploaded some photos from today. There were a few short videos but I can't upload them ('wrong' format, I suspect), so the photos will have to do for now.
If the weather holds, we're off to Kamakura tomorrow.
... Phoenix two hours before the scheduled lift-off.
Despite a late start, like leaving our house at 6:50 a.m., it's about a 45 minute drive to Sky Harbor. Of course we hit the usual rush-hour traffic but made up some time by zipping through the HOV lane.
We checked our bags at curb-side and landed the keys to Lindsay, our daughter, to drive the car home. The check-in was smooth and we picked-up our boarding passes with no hassle.
Day 3 Today we went to Ginza which is meant to be one of the most upmarket shopping areas in the world! We went to a Japanese chain cafe called almond which was yummy apart from the dishwater tea. We had a look around the department stores, one of which had a Harrods cafe dont worry we gave that one a miss. We then went on to Roppongi Hills a mega shopping centre created like a mini city, we had an amazing dinner there with a skyline view of tokyo! Day ...
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