Sakura Fleur Aoyama
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSakura Fleur Aoyama Shibuya
Reasonably priced, very close to Shibuya sta., never closes. The room was clean and the personnel was friendly. All good, will be returning.
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... in trains. -money many times does not go hand to hand, you put in on a little tray and then give it. -hardly anybody wears sunglasses. Can anyone explain? -the toilet paper is thinner. -the toilets are the best toilets I've ever seen. Will be hard to do Other parts in Asia after this... In fact to go back to Europe's boring toilets! -everything is squeaky clean, even taxis and fire trucks. -taxi doors open ...
There were 2 doors - entrance, the main entrance - wooden door and another small locked door.
With Bismillah... I went inside, there was a big hall, its a big exhibition area.
The 1st thing that I saw located near the entry was The HOLY AL-QURAN - its quite a big one also
Its a Turkish Culture ...
... a wish, so I'm not sure if it really counts!
We figured a little bit of tranquility was in order for the day, and we headed to the Meiji-Jingu gardens and walked through the iris gardens and temples. Too bad none of the flowers were in bloom!
From the gardens we walked in to Harajuku and checked out H&M. I bought a red dress for summer that I absolutely love!!! Sending that home was sad!
We had lunch in a little place hidden behind the main streets; I ...
... there. The only things missing were the samurai sword fighters and the dead bodies. For dinner we had a few different dishes: some fish, chicken skewers, peppers wrapped in bacon and, of course, some sushi. After dinner we went to Shinjuku to the Metropolitan Government Office where you can go to the top of the building's observation floor for free night views of the whole city. We were so glad to have the chance to meet up with Francois while we were there and ...
... synchronised dance competitions for the votes of the willing devotees who frequent the cafe. Multiple men around me sing along, scream for their favourites and swoon in fangirlish glee. I have frankly never seen anything like it and I think the choice of cafe and Saturday evening ...