Wishton Hotel Yukari
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Today we caught a train to Tokyo Station. First stop was the Imperial Palace. It's a huge complex but as we weren't part of a tour group we couldn't go inside. Next we walked through the high end of town to the district of Ginza where we had lunch at the Ginza Lion Hotel and did some clothes shopping. Then we took the train to Shibuya (busiest ...
... he showed us around his local area which was fantastic; you can’t beat being shown around by a local to ease you into the different culture of a country! We had a look around Ueno Park and some beautiful shrines and temples around the area. We also went down Asukusa shopping street which was a stunning traditional Japanese street lined with quaint little shops and places to try some tasty street food! It was so interesting learning little titbits of information from ...
... Curry (Battered Chicken Curry)
· Shoyu Roast Pork Ramen (Noodles in Roast Pork stock)
o Ikura (Salmon Egg)
o Tampuna (Omelette)
o Ebi (Prawn)
o Tori (Tuna)
o Sake (Salmon)
· Traditional Home Cooked Meal
o Thin strips of Beef
o Tempura shrimp
o Tempura vegetables
o Egg ...
... in Tokyo at 10:30pm, a really awkward arrival time. None of us were really tired, but it was too late to see anything, so we forced ourselves to sleep as much as we could on the airport benches. I tried walking around the airport to get myself tired enough to fall asleep, but I was only able to sleep for 2 hours. After freshening up and walking around the airport some, Austin headed on his solo adventure ...
... I was able to buy a birthday present for my mum even though her birthday is some way off yet, and also some cool holograph postcards that we're planning on taking home and putting on the wall. We also went into some of the music shops in Shibuya, including a huge one called Tower Records that I think is famous. Everywhere we went there was music blasting out from somewhere on the street, and lots of brightly lit signs of course. That being said, everything is ...