It is different from America, we use everyday.
If we pay money, we can sit good seats.
We don't have to stand in many people.
This picture, I paid 300yen. I got on 15 minites. It is very comfortable.
When you are tired, you can use.
3-day holiday in Japan now from 18th to 20th.
This picture is at Omotesando.
We wanted to take a rest at cafeteria, but it was impossible.
There were many people and make line everywhere.
That's though to look for place where we can sit. Everyone enjoys each of holidays.
Omotesando is famous in Japan.
Every younger people are attracted by omotesando because there are many fashionable restaurants and shops.
If you come Japan, you have to stop by.
Shibuya crossing is the world's busiest pedestrian crossing and also a popular place that makes the most traveler's list of top recommendations.
Thousands of pedestrian all cross at same time from five directions ( Up to 3,000 people use the crossing per green cycle.)
Why is the crossing so busy?.......
Shibuya is one of the major shopping districts in Tokyo and so many people are walking between various stores near the crossing. Also, there are so many things to do such as restaurants, movie theaters, karaoke. If you're bored and getting nothing to do, it would be good idea for you to hang out in Shibuya to kill some time.
Interns are meeting / having breakfast with Mayumi Nakamura, President of PSPinc in Tokyo. Hotel buffet breakfast is so good in Japan especially at Hotel New Otani, Tokyo. It cost 3,800 yen ($35) but with member's club, it has some discount.
I am writing this blog to the people who are planning to visit Japan. If you like Japanese style Pork Cutlet called "Tonkatsu とんかつ", you need to try Tonki in Meguro.
This is one of the best Tonkatsu in Tokyo. But Tonkatsu is such a popular item in Japan, you can find many Tonkatsu restaurants and most of they are very good. But Tonki will serve in the counter only environment. You need to try this.
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