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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... Chukkas from the Nike store, which is larger than life by the way! Spelling of larger than life - the Apple stores here are unbelievable!! The architecture is out of this world! (Dad you'd be like a kid in a candy store) Oh today we also saw a man with a pet pram FULL OF CATS!! Craziness is everywhere! We are in the lobby now using the wifi, and trying to work out where we should go for dinner. So many options and all of them are amazing...we may never come home ...
Now at the Shibuya 109 building. Everything is so cute!! I have seriously no idea where to look. I should come here again for someone, because right now, I feel super lost. Also, I'm not sure if I can take pictures here. I think it's really funny how every guy in there (which is ...
Arrived finally just before lunch via the Shinkansen I.e bullet train. After the Jetstar debacle from yesterday I was fatigued but keen to get out and see some of the sights instead of wasting another day. The hotel manager was very friendly and tried hard to explain things but had terrible english. She seemed to understand that I was tired and she let me check in early to have a shower. After this I set out to visit the Meiji-jingu ...
... a while.
After lunch we parted ways with Kotomi, because she had to fly home, so we headed to some gardens in Shinjuku and lay in the sun for a while and ate frozen mandarins.
We spent the evening at an Onsen (hot springs/baths) amusement park. That was an experience! We had to strip down to our undies (swimmers in our case) and put on a traditional yukata. We then entered into the main room and sought out the onsens. We knew we'd have to be naked, but ...
... afternoon. It was still raining but I still wasn't caring. This is the northern hemisphere, it rains a lot in April and it's no kind of shock to an Englishman.
On my final night I tried going out in Roppongi but on my own the possibilities were limited, or at least felt like they were. The bar I tried was full of business people so I put my pint away as quick as I could manage, grabbed a little matchbook for posterity and got on my way.
On the streets there ...