Tokyu Stay Shibuya Shin-minamiguchi
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... Ueno park where I tried my hardest not to catch any dengue fever which had been reported there recently. A short train ride later and I was in Shinjuku the worlds busiest station getting pretty lost, when I did manage to get out I made for Shinjuku garden which was stunning, it had a traditional Japanese garden and an English landscape garden which was so well designed it actually made me feel at home. From here to Harajuku ...
... was quite long at the ticket office so I decided to get our bullet train (shinkansen) tickets to Kyoto at the same time. It took almost an hour as there seemed to be an issue with my credit card. Had to summon Tanja to the front of the line so I could use hers. When we lived in Tokyo, we spend most of our time in Shibuya, Ebisu and Shi****wa. We knew people that lived in Shibuya and Ebisu and our building was in Shi****wa, so these were the places that we wanted to check ...
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So pretty much, it's a very, very busy street and imagine it like Times Square x 5.
The weather in June is pretty unique, however, so it was gloomy the whole day. At times, it started raining really hard. We never saw the sun today, but watching the crossing of people holding colorful umbrellas were especially interesting!
So my brother and I went to ...
Before we headed back to the evening parade at the Hanazoo Shrine, Tetsuya showed us parts of the Shinjuku nightlife. The bright lights, bars, restaurants, and lounges reminded me of Times Square. We traveled down some smaller streets, more like alleys by US standards, where there were several famous hole in the wall restaurants. Like sits 10 people at the bar with the owner/chef cooking in front of you type places. They looked awesome and we ...
About 30 minutes later, I heard a beautiful, soothing Azan - for Maghrib prayer and for the 1st time I performed solat jemaah in the masjid in Tokyo.
To go back - just reverse the same road.
So.. people, please put Tokyo Camii & Turkish Culture center in your place-to-go-list in Japan okay... you wouldn't regret for sure.
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