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... like Okonomiyaki. But it was fun and that is more important. After this great meal, we went to the Yoyogi park. A nice walk in the park will be welcome to digest. The park is quite popular amongst the tourists.
Well the afternoon goes quite fast and it is time to go to Shibuya. Just in case you don't know, this is where you have the massive crossroad overcrowded. It is just outside the station. you cannot miss it. ...
... 24 hour energy, babbling games arcades and madly-individual people cluttering the streets. To me this will always be the city that inspired (and provided the backdrop to) a thousand sci-fi, anime and cyberpunk movies and comics. To say that I was excited about visiting the place would be an understatement. But as I was to find, Tokyo had a few surprises up its sleeve.
It is often said that the best way to experience Tokyo is simply to wander ...
... by midday! Had agreed to take a train home however we (he) abandoned that idea & we walked home. Along the way we stopped to cross the street, looked up and found ourselves standing out front of Moti, an Indian restaurant they used to go to. Finally arrive home for a well deserved nap. Total steps recorded on the pedometer is 18,000. Phew!! Tomorrow WILL be a train to Shibuya, Omotesando and maybe ...
... that refused to go unnoticed was the unabashed colour and style of its people. Coming from Korea, where people (other than the 아줌마 !) either dress in grey, black or white (in order to match their Hyundais, no doubt) it was such a relief to see purple, green, tartan and stripes being worn - often by the same person. As I wandered all day Saturday through Harrajuku and Akiharaba I was in awe of the skirts, shirts, hat, jewellery coats, ...
... his master. It's also a popular meeting spot. We then got on the train to make our way back one stop to Harajuku. The famed Harajuku of the Gwen Stefani song (I don't actually know the song myself, I just know that other people know of it.) Harajuku is supposedly the birthplace of the gothic and sweet lolita fashions and so I was interested to see this. Apparently it isn't what it used to be, but it was still ridiculously crowded. We slowly followed the flow down ...