Tokyu Stay Shibuya
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Nice hotel but could be friendlier.
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... patrolled by guards and pristine it was quite a sight. From there I walked to Shibuya stoping at shrines that were scattered among the skyscrapers. When there I walked across the worlds busiest crossing. Day 2 - Started the day with a quick walk to Akusa which turned out to be a tourist trap with tacky souvenir shops lining the streets, the temple was impressive but next to Nikko it didn't really compare. From here a quick ...
... we saw that Tower Records still existed - a 6 story record/book shop that is quite famous and a place that we went to often when we were here. Surprised to see that very little has changed in a store whose industry has changed so drastically in the past 15 years. Looked for a book for Shayna as she is almost done hers, but other than hugging the Tower Record Bear, we were just window shopping. We headed back to Shibuya station and decided to get our subway tickets for the day. ...
... with clear windows, so it is always filled with tourists snapping photos of this crazy crossing. You can google this crossing and I guarantee you'll find so many pictures and videos. It's a quite nice place to watch people, too, because there are so many crazy people living in Japan!
Here are some links to tell you what it looks like:
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... there are a lot of Turkish-related things displayed there. Very very beautiful.
.... some of the plates, bowls etc look antique.
Going to the 1st floor - all marbled up - very beautiful: Its a big prayer hall - for male.
Female prayer hall is at the 2nd floor.
I went up, performed solat asar, rest for a while.... took photos, enjoying the unique structures, ...
... the Ifle Tower crossed between a traffic cone, it's all orange and yellow and tall and pyramidy. There are two levels, we paid to get in both and it was well worth it. When we were on the first level it was just getting dark, the sun had pretty much set, but still we could see Mount Fuji in the distance which was really cool. When we got to the top floor The sun had completely set and Tokyo's night lights were in all of their splendour. You could see for miles and the views were ...