Sakura Fleur Aoyama
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Again? you might as yourself... but yes I went to Tokyo again. This city has a lot to offer and there's still a lot to see.
On Friday I met with a friend of a friend of a friend whom I hope I can consider a friend now.
We met for going to a party of a friend of her. Unfortunately I came about an hour late, because I couldn' …
... just have a bunch of colorful, interesting products for sale. We went there so I could by a tote. On the way to the cashier, we found a bowl full of tiny baby figures... Check out my photo! It's really creepy...
And then we wondered around a bit, went to pick up my brother's pants, and had some gelato. It was a pretty good day and I got my exercise done through shopping... haha. I really need to start running ...
... asked for safety while I travel and for love to come to me when the time is right. I promised that I will work on keeping my mind open and be ready to accept the many possibilities. I promised upon my return that I will use my learning and knowledge to help others and make the world that I touch a better place. I wandered the park, sat and meditated, until my back was sore from carrying my pack. I thought I should drop my bag off at least to the ...
... English at all, we gave up and headed home (and took some more purikura pictures on the way, of course!).
Day 3 - Monday:
Sunday began with a breakfast of fruit and ice cream in Asakusa, and wander around the markets, collecting gifts for our families.
At the top end of the markets, at a temple and shrine, we were able to pay our respects and see our fortunes. Unfortunately Luisa didn't get a get very positive fortune; I got the best fortune, but forgot ...
... and then take in some night views. Francois met us with a friend of his from work and took us to the restaurant where part of Kill Bill Vol. 1 was filmed. If you've seen the movie, it is the restaurant where Uma Therman goes to kill Lucy Lui. Although they did some rearranging for the movie, the place looked exactly like what you see on film. The bamboo posts, the wooden stairs and the upper level dining areas that wrapped all the way around the restaurant - it ...
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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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