Toyoko Inn Shinagaw Oimachi
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After breakfast in the hotel we met up with Kunie who was to be our Tokyo guide for the day. Initially she helped us to sort our train tickets for our onward journeys at Tokyo station which was a great help as it seemed a lot of the workers at the station had limited English. Even with Kunie's help this task still took over an hour. With that sorted we started exploring. First stop was the Imperial Palace. This was a strange one because it is ...
... to everyone is second to none. It makes travelling around the country a little easier that's for sure. The next stop is Kyoto and I'm currently fulfilling the dream of travelling on a bullet train. Everything is speeding by outside the window but you can still get a glimpse of life outside of the big city. I'm so glad I didn't wait any longer to visit this amazing country. Finally being here just makes me ...
... some have to have a fork. I would also have benefited from a fork but I persevered with only "the sticks" ... although I (more than once) dropped bits of food back on the plate or on the table. The weather is about 30 degrees (C) but slightly overcast so the sun is not "biteing" ...
- Another action-packed day
... in Japan.
We started out at the Meiji Shrine. It's a wonderful place to be in the sunshine. Lots of gardens and running pools of water. Such a contrast to what is just around the corner at Harajuku. As you enter the Meiji Shrine, there is a display of sake barrels as an offering to the souls of Emperor Meiji and his consort, Empress Shoken. There is a Tori Gate that is the largest wooden gate in the world, made out of Japanese cypress. It is over 1500 years old. ...