Hotel Skycourt Kawasaki
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... to see all the child seats on the bicycles.
I had planned to walk back to Ueno JR station but my map wasn't too clear. I was heading in the right direction so we weren't lost. We found the nearest subway station and took one stop to Ueno Subway Station. We then changed to the JR station and went to Shinagawa. Joseph was trying to find the Superheroes mug that he had seen last time. Fortunately/unfortunately, it was nowhere to be seen. He ...
After the interview I get some video of the massive crossing.
Later I get a few images of some of the so-called "Harajuku-girls". The Harajuku-girls are girls (and women) who dress-up as there favourite anime-character.
Steps / strides today: 15691
Other shops are - potteries, plates & bowls - both classic & modern style, apron shop, signboard, cushions, bakery stuffs etc.
fake food = sampuru = sample (english)
This is the main reason I wanted to come here.
Many of the restaurants in Japan has fake food displayed on their display area. These sampuru look sooo real.
There are ...
... fox who becomes human to play tricks on other humans, it's not THAT scary... We go to leave and see that there is another show in progress. Two guys doing tricks and acrobatics Taku and AG who Junko tells us having a show in Las Vegas and feature on tv. Taku is the strongest man we have vet seen with only 3% fat and balances at the top of 4 levels of balancing chairs. After the show all the everyone goes to take pictures and touch Taku's ...
... brilliant transportation system. We checked into our hotel and we were pleased as it was quite spacious and had good facilities. They had even wished us Happy Halloween with an origami paper pumpkin left in our room. We got ready and headed out for the evening.
I wanted to go to the Park Hyatt hotel because I had read about how amazing their views of Tokyo were. On arrival it was definitely the grandest and poshest hotel I had ever been to. We took a lift ...