Toyoko Inn Ikebukuro Kita-guchi 1
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... It's in Japanese so she can read it but the meaning is kind of deep. We are meeting at the bus at 11:30 so Anna and I get to the bus and wait for the rest of our tour group. At 11:34 the bus is loaded except for our group. Anna and I try to make our way out of the bus so the bus can leave. Our group finally arrives so Anna and I make our way back to our seats. They got caught up in wedding ceremonies and crowds. We past ...
... people on the subways all seem to have phones in their hands. They are usually looking down at them whether sitting on the trains or standing on the loading platforms. They don't seem to be texting or playing games, but constantly looking at their phones. They don't even look up much to get off at their stops. So, if I want to ask for their help, I have to interrupt them.
Some are waiting for trains. I ask directions and they look up. ...
... to sit and eat. Luckily, we hadn't ventured too far from Meiji-jingu, so we returned to the shade of the trees for a picnic.
After continuing through the park, we headed out to the shopping streets of Harajuku, gawking at the fashion shops of Takeshita-dori, where all the young girls go for Lolita and Goth-style clothing and accessories. There are a lot of big-name stores in this area, but we are too poor to walk through their front doors. ...
... park before getting to the shrine which was nice. Really well looked after like most things we saw in Japan. The shine was good too, looked like something of 'the last samurai' after, we visited a garden in the shrines grounds, it was a bit expensive but beautiful. In the evening we did what the locals do and had dinner at a bar come restaurant. There were all sorts on the menu, mostly offal based but also some things closer to what we are used to. We had ...
... we tried to fight the jet lag and took a wander around Shinjuku where we were staying. Its pretty much the bright light district and lots of bars and restaurants...you look up and there are places and then underground there are more places to eat and drink at. We found a sushi place that had pictures of the food so we hoped that we could point and order as not many people spoke English.
The sushi was amazing...such yummy fish...although they ...