We started the day by grabbing breakfast downstairs. There was just toast and jam available, which is fine. Curtis had a coffee, but it was a drip coffee, in a mug! What a great invention!
We finished breakfast and just sat and chilled before we were then told that we needed to go up to the room and remove our things from the bed as there was a ‘deep clean’ which we weren’t told about! This was already ongoing when we got upstairs, so we had to get ready around it, which was frustrating!
We left to walk to the centre of Toyko. This was over an hour of walking in 34°C! We walked through what felt like the whole of Tokyo, but got to see a lot of cool buildings!
When we got to the centre, we went to Apple to try and fix an issue with Kim’s iPod, which should now be fixed!
We walked around the centre (Ginza street) for a while, just admiring the awesome buildings and then we went to get some food.
We really wanted some Japanese curry, so we found a place and walked there. It was about 20 minutes away and we were very hungry when we got there!
We ordered a salad as a starter to share. It seems that potato salad is popular here, so we got that with out salad, it was tasty!
We then ordered 2 chicken cutlet currys each…they were SO GOOD! This was a small curry house which wasn’t busy and it was delicious. The staff spoke little English and it felt like we were eating somewhere locals would eat.
The curry had the right amount of spice but was also very tasty!
We walked to a whisky bar which was meant to be really nice, and it was, but it was very expensive so we left in a hurry!
We then went to a Nissan building which showcases some of their best cars, as well as 2 concept cars! Kim did a VR driving experience there which was a cool touch.
We left here and it was nice and dark, so we went to the busiest street where we took a lot of photos which look like typical Toyko!
Today was a busy, long but awesome day! We love Tokyo! 🇯🇵
– Mr & Mrs Hale