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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... this made it all very easy. the hotel was beautiful had the sense that it was all ver old, shoes to come off at the entrance and not to be worn any where in the whole place this of course is not spoken they just take your shoes from you and they keep in a special gujinges cupboard. The area that we ended up was right next to some major shrines and gardens, so went a wondering a little aimlessly but it was one fab discovery after another. ...
... than reality. Take, for example, safety. Petty crime is pretty low in Tokyo, as it is in much of Korea, but every travel book will still tell you to exercise the same amount of caution as you would anywhere - mind your wallets and purses, don't carry lots of cash, etc. But the people of Tokyo seem to think that is unnecessary. We saw women abandoning their purses on chairs and tables to reserve their spot while they waited in line for coffee or food. If this ...
... really nice treatment when I payed. After lunch I went for a walk with included Shibuya 109, Loft, and the walk from Shibuya to Meji Jingu. Shibuya 109 is a huge department store/multi-story mall for teens. I have to admit that being inside was over stimulating. There are 8 floors and I walked them all, but to be honest it is very hard to tell one apart from the other as all the clothes look the same, all the music sounds the same, all the shop workers look the same (not their ...