Toyoko Inn Tozaisen Nishikasai
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I've successfully made it all the way to busy, busy Tokyo! That means I have only one more flight until I'm with Terence again! I am so excited and I'm kind of freaking out now because this is really it!
The crazy long uncomfortable flight from Chicago is FINALLY over and I've had the chance to stretch my legs and rest my soul just a bit. Getting through customs was quick and easy and I've managed to find my little gate ...
... was surprised too after I heard, but my expectations were completely blown away by the actual experience. We sat in a lobby looking like it was straight out of some Austin Powers movie, emblazoned with colors of gold and silver and donned with disco balls and mirrors everywhere.
Just then, a rock band of robots enters the stage...and jam their hearts out, playing tons of popular songs from the US. And this was just the beginning! As excited as we ...
... at that made caesars! This place was about 1meter and a half wide and maybe 4 meters deep. Just enough for the bar on one side and seats on the other. We even had nachos which was probably my favourite part. It was a really fun night, we made it home around 5am.
The train/subway system is so efficient here, everything is on time and most trains leave every 4
minutes. It is a complicated system with multiple rail companies which can be confusing at times seeing as ...
... or the Takeshita dori exit, either way you can still see the best of both worlds. We did the former so we started off with a visit to Meiji shrine.
The grounds are well concealed with beautiful, dense forest that can be explored on walking paths.We then proceeded to Omotesando referred to as Tokyo's Champs-Elysees, is a one kilometer long, tree ...
... number of homeless. Everyone has heard the adage of homeless making houses out of cardboard boxes but I had never actually seen a cardboard box town before. Homelessness is indeed present in Tokyo.
After a brief wonder we were able to find a taxi stand and flag down a taxi. Initially concerned about the feasibility of fitting three passengers with large bags/suitcases into a small Japanese taxi, it is good to know that it can be done – ...