Tokyu Stay Shibuya Shin-minamiguchi
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... we were asked if we are ok with wasabi or if we would prefer our sushi "wasabi-nuki" - without wasabi (which was Vinodh's preference). It's official - this was the best sushi we'd had - it topped the Tsukiji sushi (which we'd declared the best yesterday). The theatrics of seeing the sushi prepared and being served on the countertop gave Kazen's sushi bonus points. That, and the sushi chef very thoughtfully bringing out all the various cuts of fish and other seafood so we ...
... several other creations. Shayna wanted a small box that played a Japanese song when you crank the handle on the side. Colson wanted all the traditional Japanese toys that were there, but we convinced him to wait until we went to the huge toy store down the street. Now the toy stores in Japan are not like the Toys R Us stores that we have. This was a cramped 5 story store with each floor dedicated to a theme. The basement was everything Peanuts. Main floor was Mon Chi Chi, ...
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From Nishinippori station (eki), I took subway - Chiyoda line - platform 1, train towards Karakida to stop at Yoyogi-uehara eki.
Ticket price is 240 yen, it takes about 30 minutes ( 15 stops) to reach Yoyogi-uehara eki.
The address that I've got from the net is:
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... 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 ...
... every pedestrian cross walk lights up and suddenly the intersection is filled with a sea of people making their way across the street. Not until the street lights go green again do you see a break in the mayhem of people.
There is more to this neighbourhood of Tokyo than just the intersection. It is a busy shopping district filled with department stores, small boutiques and designer labels. There are also hundreds of restaurants and arcades jammed into ...