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... We went to this cool rooftop south East Asian restaurant and ate delicious fresh Vietnamese spring rolls and pad Thai! Mmmm! So delicious. We had a few beers with tea, then back on the road we got a few more for the walk! Nils took me to an area called Golden Gui which is so cool: it like a town of teeny tiny bars that for about 5-10 people in. After we went to 'Rock bar' which was a ton of fun and I met loads of Nils' friends, just drinking and dancing the night ...
... anything else. The entrance itself is made out of 1500 year old cypress! It would be a great place to bring a group of students because of the history behind the shrine and it also gives the opportunity to learn about other religions and cultures that visit these shrines.
After spending a few hours wondering around the shrine and the forests that surround it, I was exhausted and started making ...
... so we decided to head home and take a nap (we didn't get much sleep obviously!) before heading out to dinner. Tonight's plan? Ippudo! The original! It wasn't that far from us, just a few subway hops away. Of course finding it was less than trivial. We knew what street it was on and roughly which block, but Tokyo address numbers are useless - they're not in order and most buildings don't even have them anyway. Thankfully I hopped on some random WiFi which helped us figure ...
... all standing in an ordered line waiting for food. They were asked to join in! Perhaps the organisers were trying to tell them that they looked like homeless people!
We went to a nice tonkatsu restaurant at the bottom of the hotel for dinner.
... you can't get a good sense of the city. By the end of the day I must have wasted nearly 4 hours walking around just because I was lost. Honestly I think I'll just stick to the subway system from now on, it's a fairly complex system too but at least it only has one consistent map and there is some logic to its organization!
After some mindless searching and a quick visit through Sensoji Temple (apparently one of Tokyo's most famous temples), I found ...