Two full days in Kyoto wasn’t enough time to explore what the city has to offer.
But I had more sights to see, places to visit and food to eat — and that meant heading to Tokyo for three nights.
On the agenda: touring Tsukiji Fish Market, walking around Akihabara, eating at a specialty unagi shop, and eating whatever I wanted in the food courts at the upscale department stores in Ginza.
The rain wasn’t going to stop me — though, I’ll admit, I wasn’t looking forward to schlepping my luggage in a downpour.
Turns out, it really wasn’t that bad. And for the first time, I might actually be full.
Here’s what my first night in Tokyo looked like:
Pronto Caffe & Bar
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