Yokohama Techno Tower Hotel Famiel
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... that endures beyond the wedding day!).
After a nice time strolling through the Meiji shrine and surrounding grounds, we walked into the Omotesando district for a nice lunch. Omotesando is the “Champs d’Elysees” of Tokyo — a wide boulevard filled with high end fashion retailers and restaurants. Some folks also refer to it as Tokyo’s 5th Avenue, although we think that seems to be more descriptive of the Ginza. ...
... I can't help but wonder if I was really in Tokyo. It was unbelievably quiet. I though Tokyo was supposed to be full of people. Maybe because it was a Saturday and people were at home or in the mall, maybe I was in the business district, I don't know but it was really quiet. Aside from me and my friend, there's probably just around 2 or 3 other people on the streets.
After checking in, we went straight to our rooms. I wanted to take a ...
... of the city shops. My favourite parts were the lily pads in the greenhouse and the Taiwan pavilion, both of which I enjoyed photographing with the reflections in the water. Afterwards we caught the train 2 stops along to Harajuku, this was the busiest place so far, it was hard to move trying to get out of the station and onwards through the streets. It might've been made easier if half ...
... other side of Shinjuku, Gyoen National Gardens. This was more like a London park and families came to sit there, play with their children and have picnics. We had a picnic too.
The gardens are divided into different sections, including a British park, French Formal Garden and traditional Japanese garden. The rose section in the french garden proved popular with cameras out by the dozen. In the Japanese garden was a girl in a kimono.