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... It seems like one of the shopping districts and people were really well dressed. Right near here is the famous Harajuku Street which was nice, small shops for new fashion. Very similar to Ximen for my Taiwan friends. Off there was Takeshita Street which had cosplay type chicks and more lovely atmosphere.
In general people are well kept in this country and dress to impress. Everyone is wearing suits and most women are in dresses. I'm not used to seeing cold weather clothing but ...
... of ultra full metro and trains during rush hour, we managed to travel early enough to avoid that experience, and even found some seats available. I suppose it's to be expected when the city contains more than 20 million people! Also, the train/metro stops are quite far apart from each other, so small distances in terms of stops may equal long trips time-wise. We're getting used it.
Meiji-jingu, the largest shinto temple in Japan, is sleepy ...
... were lucky to have been there on the right dates for this. It was quite a treat.
We woke up early the next morning so that we could fit in a full day of more sight-seeing. We started our day by walking through streets of traditional Japanese style buildings towards the Kiyomizudera Temple. The temple was set in a beautiful forested area up on a hill overlooking the city. It was the most aesthetic temple or shrine we had seen at this point in our travels. On ...
... to see what was around us...turned out not much other than restaurants, arcades and 'girls bars' which appear to be strip clubs! On our way back to the hotel we called at the 7/11 and bought some beers. Day 2 We decided not to buy into the all you can eat breakfast that the hotel offered, which was pretty much just toast, coffee and soup. We called to the supermarket and bought cereals instead which saw us through our stay...we didn't have bowls, so we bought ...
... of 93 meters (305 feet) .
Like the Statue of Liberty, it's possible to go up inside. After removing your shoes, you enter on the first floor. After following a winding path you reach the stairs to the second floor. The path eventually leads to an elevator.
The elevator takes you to the 5th floor viewing level, which is in the chest of the statue. The windows are just tiny slits and the views out are very poor. After ...