Willer Express Trip
A good value, right?
We sure love them. :-)
We are used to viewing them at night during previous visits and I had hoped to view the whole street in daylight this time. But alas, some of the shops were already open but still, I got to see a few. ^^
We just took a break, stood around and savour the atmosphere and people watch for a bit.
Gotta love free wi-fi spots!
We later made our way to Kanda so that we could (or I could) shop for some sports gears.
Information about an area in English. I love them! I guess this is in line in Japan's preparation for the Olympics?
It sure feels like Tokyo is so much foreigner friendly, in terms of having access to English/Chinese/Thai/Korean speaking staff around. Can't help to notice that the sign "English menu available" are so readily seen now as opposed to say, 5 years ago?
After walking around and having bought a few items, we decided to have an early lunch. A few minutes early, before the lunch crowd starts going.
At the same place that we went to the last time we visited this area. ^^
We continued with more window shopping later, stopping at almost every single store that lined the street. Hahaha
When we were there, the Fujisan Marathon booth being set-up for, I guess, local runners to collect their race kit?
It was 3:00pm that we finally head back to our hotel.
We had an appointment to meet a friend later at 5:00pm and we were afraid that we might be late. We still needed to shower and change our clothes, which we wore since the night before... so I called up Minoru to tell that we were going to be late.
It was a matter of a quick shower for us three and heading out again for a 30-minute train trip to meet a friend (Minoru), visit a nearby famous park and had a nice delicious and intimate dinner together. ^^