Ours Inn Hankyu
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... for a while. There was a group of three guys who were playing frisbee in slow-motion which was quite funny. We were on the lookout for some people in cosplay but didn't see any sadly - apparently it's dying out a bit.
Next we walked to the Metropolitan Government Building to visit the (free) observation level on the 45th floor. It was crazy how quickly the lift got us up there. The view was good and we could even see Mount Fuji in the distance.
We ate ...
... floor was great - especially as it was free. There were also two fantastic shops on the observation floor where we picked up some more souvenirs before being kicked out at 11pm.
We caught the train back to Shinagawa where we were amazed at the number of people (looked like business people) still catching the trains. After a long day, it was only 10 minutes back to the station, cross the road and we were at our hotel - to fall into bed!
... and walk- out into the crowded streets. IT is raining today and everyone is carrying an umbrella. An umbrella basically makes people twice their size, so being out in the Tokyo madness was heightened by the umbrellas that everyone was carrying. Thank goodness we still had ours from Florence –and an extra one that was at the apartment.
We went window shopping a lot- they have crazy stores, local and global brands. They ...
... noodles crossed with an omelette). They make it in front of you and serve it on the hot plate on your table. For our second day in Kyoto we visit the 'Golden Temple' with the Dutch guy from our hostel. We get caught in a downpour so only view the temple in the wet but there are several school groups there who are asking us questions in English about our favourite Japanese things which is completely adorable! From there we walk to Ryoanji Temple which includes the zen ...
... our hands to honor the gods. Fortunately, we encountered a traditional Shinto wedding at the shrine and watched the procession of the families in their traditional clothing. It was very cool and beautiful!
We next made our way to Takeshito Street, the home to costume and kitsch shops and cosplay, and the Grand Festival at the Hanazono Shrine. The five of us split a variety of street food at the festival, which included rolled okonomaiyaki, fried ...