Mizue Dai-Ichi Hotel
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... for some photos at the bridge overlooking the convergence of three rail lines and the river.
After a bit of a rest at the hotel, we got back on the subway to Shibuya station to see the lights of the famous crossroads which are considered the Times Square of Tokyo. There are seven streets that converge at this spot and when the lights turn red, a mass of people cross from ...
... to be remedied before we could take off). Not an energizing start to a 13-hour flight. But we arrived safely at Tokyo Narita Airport late Thursday night, then took a train to Tokyo Station, another train to Yotsuya Station, then walked a few blocks to meet Marika - our very sweet slum lord, at her dance studio full of cats. Had I been less burned out at that point, I would have taken ...
... as there was no traffic and as the driver floored it only took 40 minutes!
We jumped out the cab and hunted down the AirChina check in desk... It was empty, we looked around to see if we had the wrong place or maybe misread the check in gate information. Nope. The check in desk doesn't open until 6am... two and half hours before our flight, but they want us there three hours before. Anyway we managed to get our bags checked in all the way through to Tokyo and ...
... it is so important to travel. There is no one way to accomplish something. There are always multiple options. As an artist, this is important. Eastern artistic forms can help inform Western tradition. I have learned that a single brushstroke can convey information and form, that simplicity is good in a composition, and that placement is everything.
... led us to a nice Cherry blossom festival between Iidabashi and Ichigaya (close to the Ysukuni Shrine). Everybody was outside, eating and drinking. There was few games to do as well. It looked like a small "Ducasse" but with much more food shop.
As we looked back at the map, we find out that we were at walking distance from the hotel. So we decided to continue on foot along the river. It is a really nice walk to end our last night in the area.
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