After Kyoto I headed up to Tokyo (via the Bullet Train!!!!) to visit my good friend Kristen. Tokyo is a massive city (duh) and a bit more spread out then I thought it would be. Tokyo definitely lived up to all its hype and stories I have heard. Except for the fact it REALLY burnt a hole in my wallet, I really enjoyed it! The weather could have been a bit nicer, but thats what you get when you travel during the low season. The famous Shibuya crossing.
Takadanobaba at night.
Workers at Takadanobaba Station.
Smoker and Lights.
What do you wanna buy from a vending machine?
Police at the Imperial Palace.
I'm all for bike culture but when cities regulate bike parking and fine people.... i dunno, makes me like the lawless streets of philly and NYC.
There is a lot of bad English in Japan, but this is boarder line offensive.
I kept walking on the right and getting in people's way. So tough to break that habit.
Gotta love Neon and bright lights if your gonna love Tokyo.