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... br> restaurants and shopping. Our hotel room is probably around the same size as my old bedroom at home, except that there is a bathroom crammed into the room. The bed is called a "semi-double" aka a little bigger than a twin. The bathtub is oval shaped and tiny and the toilet has several different buttons. The coolest part of the hotel room is that you have to put your room key into this holder to turn on the ...
... of flavors.
We had a 45 min walk home which also felt good. The rain had stopped and we hurried along the streets of Shibuya towards home. Its not late and we want to watch a show.
After only 10 min I have made what seemed impossible possible- Netflix isn’t available in Japan. I find a blog that describes how to get a VRP (I think that is what its called) is a secret address that allows you to brows the internet ...
... it home for you all to try! All I have to say is O. M. G. !!!! We drank our coffees in the courtyard of the 60yr old japanese remodelled house (made into a pop up 'Koffee' shop) and were in awe. Once we'd finished we walked the wealthy and stunningly silent streets of Omotesando Hills admiring the oversized Japanese homes and gorgeous little fashion boutiques. Man I love this place! Now we are on the hunt for some sashimi for dinner...wish us ...
... time to head back to our hotel to get ready for dinner. We were very hungry and thirsty so decided to pop into a Mister Donut shop on the way to the station. They had a 2nd floor seating area so we sat by the window and shared a couple donuts and a pot of tea whilst watching this bizarre part of town go by.
We jumped on the train back to the hotel and got ourselves ready for a nice dinner. We used the app Yelp to find a nice sushi restaurant in the local area. With one ...
... out to visit Tokyu hands again because I had broken my headphones at some point on the way back to the hotel, which was about to make the long plane ride miserable. New earbuds acquired along with some washi tape we were off to the station again for our probably last ramen of the trip. We waited in line for about 30 min for some tsukemen style ramen, where the broth is thicker and noodles are served separately to dip in the broth. We enjoyed our meal, ...