Flashback – Tokyo, Japan

13 Aug

Get ready for a few posts full of photos with a look back one year ago of Luis and I backpacking Japan for our honeymoon.

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This was our first view of the city. One word.. busy.

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Of course the first thing we did was go straight to the closest park, Ueno Park and eat!

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I loved all the little details throughout the city, I mean just look at the cuteness of a sewer covers.  Yes! You read correctly, the sewers tops/covers were even cute!

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Breakfast. Fish at 6:00 a.m., oh yea!

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Tsukiji Fish Market. The lovely smell of fish at 7:00 a.m. in the morning, after eating fish for breakfast. Let’s just say we didn’t last long exploring the fish market.

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The amazing Akihabara district (the gaming district), and you know Luis and I love games!

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The Shibuya District ( Tokyo’s night life district) at night. I just wanted to show the crowds that are in Tokyo, always a crowd in the streets of Tokyo no matter the time; day or night. When we were in the city I couldn’t wait to get into the countryside to get away from the crowds, but then when we were in the country I wanted to be back in the city and be a part of that rush. Such a strange feeling.

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Coming next, our trip to Hakone, Japan to visit Mount Fuji.

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2 Responses to “Flashback – Tokyo, Japan”

  1. German Carranza August 14, 2011 at 11:14 am #

    That Green Building is pretty cool!

    • 1,460 Days of Georgia August 14, 2011 at 2:44 pm #

      I thought so too! Do you think someone has to hang from the side of the building to trim it every week? lol

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