Today we were on Odaiba, a large man-made island in Tokyo Bay, linked to central Tokyo via the Rainbow Bridge. We had dinner there so we could see the sunset and Tokyo bay at night. It was so pretty I didn’t want to leave…I suppose the landscape is so different to what I am used to, it was truly breathtaking. The sun setting over Warrington Golden Gates doesn’t quite have the same effect on me 😉
The next picture isn’t blurred. I took it through burning incense.
Today we walked down Takeshita Street in Harajuku, a very busy alley way with many wacky shops and restaurants loved by teenagers.
Yet 300 yards away is one of the most expensive area of Tokyo called Omotesanda Hills, often referred to as the Champs-Elysees of Tokyo where the most renowned Designer Boutiques can be found and many posh cars can be sighted.
On a quiet side road we came across some lovely trees – the city has so many facets!