Toyoko Inn Shinagaw Oimachi
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... the close quarters or the day of constant rain, caused us to burn out on this activity very quickly as we headed back to our hotel directly, hopeful that the weather would be better tomorrow.
While this may not seem like the most adventure-packed day, shopping is a major activity in Tokyo, and especially fun for Westerners. We love Japan for its appreciation of precision and specificity -- including its shops, goods, wares, clothing, ...
... legs and sit and watch... so when we scored a table by the window we thought we'd order a light dinner and stay a while. It was awesome to watch it turn from day to night... when all the lights are so bright. And the people just kept on coming! We decided to call it a night, so we jumped on a very packed train two stops back to Yoyogi and walked back to Yurie's Place. It's only 8pm, but we are ready for sleep... tomorrow is mums first bullet train to Hakone / Mt Fuji ...
... are tiny with 5 or 6 seats at a counter. Some are bars and others are selling noodles or grilled meats. They were all crowded so we walked further and found something to eat at a larger place grilling chicken in the front window and selling such interesting foods as horse sashimi and fried chicken cartilage.
We hadn’t really considered how to get from ...
... And since Ueno park is just a few minutes walk away you can always buy your food from the market and bring it to the nearby park for a simple picnic lunch.
Ueno park is huge so if you plan to wander be armed with plenty of time since it is best explored unhurried with numerous temples and shrines.
Here are a few things to visit while there:
... good price. This section of the store is also where the foreign movies are (i.e. harry potter, lord of the rings, star trek, etc.). We went up a few more floors to a Japanese grill restaurant. We ordered grilled pork that came with sea salt, fresh wasabi, and chili paste. We also ordered a traditional Japanese dish that included beans, raw quail egg, and tuna sashimi. You mix it all together and wrap it in seaweed before eating. Our third dish we shared ...