Shibuya Granbell Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Arrive Narita Airport 8:40am Tokyo time, Terminal 3, shuttle to term 2 pickup wifi from Post Office. Food at restaurant La Vista, Darcy kids meal in porcelain boat, Lachie fried chicken and chips, sal beef curry, I had cheesy bake with eggplant, chicken... Train from Narita Airport to Shinbuku station, massive station, then two Taxis to hotel …
... order a little here! (And the title really, a title teaser for fish tomorrow)** Today we set our stall to see everything else Tokyo has to offer to the tourist with a short stay. Keen to further the experience we had especially in the evening yesterday, we looked first to visit the famous Shibuya crossing. The four way junction, where the pedestrian lights all simultaneously change, is exactly as we predicted. Ordered chaos ensues. A mass of people, coming from the metro ...
... we hunted down a dog statue that Dave was keen to see then headed down one of the streets checking out the shops. They had all the large chain stores that I loved in Europe, Forever 21, Berschka and H&M but somehow I managed not to buy a single thing except for a small bottle of anti-histamines from a tiny pharmacy.
We stopped to have a late lunch in Kirin House, which we found out later on our trip was a restaurant chain. There were a ...
This morning I sit with my new best friends for a while and it is decided they will accompany to meet my guide but first we help maya find her hostel. This takes forever, as we have no idea where we are going or where street signs are but we do find it. It's nice to see little streets and her hostel isn't as far away as it seemed. It's all about the tube/metro/subway and we get to the mad crossing in shibuya as quickly as we can but we are still far to late. ...
... of thousands of goldfish, the Hachiko memorial statue and had dinner at Gonpachi - where that famous and bloody Kill Bill scene was filmed. As he was describing it and I saw the photos I realised I'd had lunch there on my previous visit (on work) to Tokyo - I hadn't made the connection then! Tonight we slept with the curtains drawn open - to make sure we don't oversleep tomorrow morning (and miss our flight...though that may not be a bad idea) and to catch the sunrise - ...