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... foods, try anything... but still need our western style coffee.
A short walk to reach the Zojoji Temple the head temple of the Jodo sect of Japanese Buddhism in the Tokyo region.The temple was built in the year 1393 and moved to its present location in 1598 by the founder and first shogunate of Japan... the Tokugawa ,( which virtually ruled Japan from 1600 until the Meiji Restoration in 1868) He selected it as his family temple. A mausoleum of ...
... sad we had to go so soon. We'll be back!
We were starving by the time we got back into Tokyo as traffic made the bus ride a bit longer on the way back, so we stopped in Harajuku at a place called "The Great Burger"... we needed something a bit more filling than regular Japanese food tonight! They also don't lie, it was a great burger (and milkshake!)
Time for bed, sweet dreams of GTRs! :)
... undone after I finish this blog.
I must admit, this is a really horrible webpage. It is not easy to navigate and I am having a lot of problems trying to get from one section to the next. Don't be surprised if I go back to Travelpod for the next one.
We have to check out tomorrow morning. We are off to Tachikawa in the afternoon. Norzin will be meeting us at the train station at 3pm. Shigeki will be picking us and all our luggage then. We will ...
... is in the world. There is a Starbucks cafe that overlooks the crossing so we went for a drink but being about 3:30 in the afternoon, it wasn't that busy.
The Onitsuka store in Shibuya was under renovations so no new shoes for Mike but certainly didn't stop him looking in many abc shoe stores for just the right sneaker...no luck. We also found Hachi-ko, the statue of the famous loyal shiba inu.
We went home to get ready before ...
TOKYO!! So, we flew for about 12 hours in total yesterday-had a stop over in Hong Kong, then arrived at Tokyo. We went for a walk and early dinner as lack of sleep made it a struggle to stay awake! At dinner a lovely lady gave all of us a gift-¥5 which symbolized good luck. I think we were all asleep before 8:30pm! This morning we went out in search of coffee and breakfast-mission complete!! It turned out to be a little but difficult to work out what ...