Shibuya Tokyu Inn
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Nomadicguard stayed here on Apr 18, 2015 during their trip titled: 15' - Tokyo, Beijing, Macau, + Hong Kong.
... allow it to come true. Afterwards we had a look around the area, it was a nice area! Lots of Japanese convenient stores and little restaurants, we decided to go back and have a nap though because we had walked miles and were both shattered still from travelling yesterday. So we got the metro back and I had a two hour nap but Scott didn't give in! This evening we were going out to see the famous scramble crossing in Shibuya district. We weren't expecting there to be as ...
... very luxurious, accommodating and comforting in every way. By
exploring MY hotel, I discovered that I had a buffet and a pool (I did NOT know
that when I applied for a reservation). Exploring your hotel can lead to many
things, and helps you to feel more at home.
only a short list of things that I did at Japan, I hope YOU guys can enjoy Japan
one day too!
... of trees quiet walking paths, the other being a mob of shoppers crammed into a single street checking out the crazy outfits and paraphernalia that no one would buy at home. When we walked past this market at around 8am the shops weren't open yet so it too was the calm before the storm. Omatasando is a street which runs perpendicular to the Hibya line and Harajuku station. It is the "Fifth Avenue" of Tokyo with Jimmy Choo Shoes, Luis Vutton, Chanel, Tag Heuer and all the other ...
... like a mound of snow. Most contestants lunged for the "snow" and commenced gathering it and applying it to there now wet legs and arms. The only logical reason to rub snow on your skin is to relieve heat, now what kind of game show unknowingly drops contestants ten feet into a scolding pool of water? After the contestant calms a bit (this drop and slide scene all take place in front of a small crowd that ...