Shibuya Tokyu Inn
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... Quite convenient! -the food is cheap unlike what we expected. There is a restaurant per every 5 square meters. -there are a lot of pastries and sweets, it's not only about ramen and sushi. I love the pastries of course :)!! -this is foodie heaven. It is just unbelievable. -you don't see people smoking in the street yet they smoke in restaurants. -there are power lines everywhere. An interesting place it seems ...
About 30 minutes later, I heard a beautiful, soothing Azan - for Maghrib prayer and for the 1st time I performed solat jemaah in the masjid in Tokyo.
To go back - just reverse the same road.
So.. people, please put Tokyo Camii & Turkish Culture center in your place-to-go-list in Japan okay... you wouldn't regret for sure.
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... were waiting for us there after having a mix up with their trains.
It started raining and we couldn't be bothered walking back into Asakusa again for the fifth time that day, so we went inside to the bar to have a few drinks. 1 cocktail, 1 enormous sake, and a shot later, we decided we were drunk enough to do karaoke! Grabbing umbrellas, we all ventured out into the rain to find the karaoke place.
The next four hours consisted of drinking more sake and beer, ...
... his experience living in Tokyo. And after the day of shopping and listening to him, we decided it was a good thing we live in Korea or else we would probably return home with less money than what we came with.
Our first full day in Tokyo was so much fun. It made us fall in love with the city in a very unexpected way. We can't quite out our finger on what it is we liked so much. Was it the stores? The people? The atmosphere? Who knows! But we do know that we are so glad we ...
Cooza was there waiting for me at Narita Airport and took me into Tokyo in his Landcruiser. A nice drive which didn't take too long considering it was the beginning of Golden Week in Japan when a lot of people get a week off by combining a series of small holidays into a long one. Traffic can slow to a craw for miles in the worst of times but this was comparatively free flowing.