Tokyu Stay Shibuya
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Nice hotel but could be friendlier.
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Four hours in the Shinkansen with one change and we were In Tokyo tackling The Scramble at Shibuya. Many people at the crossing including one guy with a cat on his lap. Very cool- possibly drugged, or meditating - the cat that is. Hotel nearby and surrounded by all the major chain stores. Had dinner locally in high rise food court. Next morning we …
... 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:
(Courtesy of Google Searches. These are not ...
... I just turned to him and asked him what he thought. "But what about your work?" he asked me. I smiled and said, "Lucky I don't have a job right now. I can find one anywhere". "And what would we do about our living arrangements?" he followed up. I quickly responded, "We will live anywhere in the world you want". And then he smiled at me. I know this smile so well. He smiles first with his eyes and then with his mouth, but there is an undeniable ...
... the rest of the trip. Figured out how to work the trains and got a day pass. We headed to the market district which is called Ueno - had a quick look around but it was literally 35 degrees and just too hot to be out in the heat with that kind of weather. It was so so hot...we didn't last beyond 1pm which the heat and headed back to the hotel for a nap and rest - also still jet lagged and not sure which ...
... in North America, your bag would have sat there for no more than 10 seconds before someone swiped it. Things like that really made us realize we are a long way from home.
We went into a few stores and arcades, if for nothing than to cool off in the air conditioning for a bit. It only took us a short while to realize we probably wouldn't be buying much today since shopping, and pretty much everything, is very expensive in Tokyo. Clothing, cell phone ...