We decided to make our first stop Tokyo because why not go to the most populated city in the world. Plus Thomas loves sushi and crowds and Meagan is into fashion.
Tokyo Skytree Tower
View from the lookout deck of Skytree at 450 meters. The highest freestanding broadcast tower standing at 634 meters high.
Sensō-ji Temple in the heart of Asakusa
Takeshita Dori in Harajuku, for the love of shopping and crowds.
Meiji Shrine during the Harvest Festival.
We were fortunate enough to run across a very expensive Japanese wedding ceremony. Where we had front row seat along with the rest of the public at the shrine during the Harvest Festival
Shibuya Crossing the one you always see in stock shots showing "busy people"
Between buildings near Shibuya, the trendy part of town.
Just another Japanese pop band doing a guest appearance for a radio show or so we assume.
Wandered down to Golden Gai district where they have alley's lined with bars no bigger than your bathroom and found a bar that charged more for a cover than Bubinga's. On the plus side where we actually ended up our new buddy the owner/bartender happen to have a plush denim Reno/Tahoe shirt on and went to school in southern Utah.
The East Gardens at the Imperial Palace. You won't see any photo's of the Imperial Palace because for some reason they don't let people lay eyes on it but once a year.
The scene as the Tsukiji Fish Market winds down.
And of course we couldn't leave out the once great Tokyo Tower, although it paled in comparison to the Skytree.
The perfect last meal in Tokyo on a small side street in Shibuya called Kaikaya by the Sea. Had tuna spare ribs that were amazing that came from the jaw of the fish.