Tsukiji Market >Roppongi Hills >Ginza > Tokyo Station > Marunouchi > Shinjuku
and here at Tsukiji Market, one must definitely try their sushi! We had ours at Daiwa Sushi
Add: 5-2-1 Tsukiji
Opens from 5am-130pm, closes on Mon, Wed, Sun and Public Holidays.
Train: Toei Oedo Line to Tsukiji-Shijo (exit 1&2)
and at 9am, the long Q is already forming a snake line behind the doors.
after breakfast, we made our way to Roppongi Hils to see the famous spider! and Mori building.
Ginza walk was filled with so many famous buildings!!!!
Dior by Kumiko Inui, Mikimoto by Toyo Ito...Armani by Massimiliano and Dorian Fuksas
Herme by Renzo Piano, De Beers by Jun Mitsui, GUCCI by james carpenter, Tiffany&Co by Kengo Kuma, Bulgari by Shimizu Corp...having a stop and rest time at Sony building too...check out their latest gadgets which are not out in the market!!!
Apple store by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, Pias by Ryuya Matsui...
the ramen at Ippudo was wonderful!!!
and we have reached Tokyo Station, walked through Marunouchi Building...and towards Tokyo International forum by Rafael Vinoly.
the interior is amazing!!! Like a fishbone concept.
bought a Kirin Cola at International Forum, sat down and enjoyed the building's interior for awhile before we made our way back to Shinjuku.
YAY and i saw a hello kitty coach!
nitescene of Shinjuku. And it's time for dinner!
Went to Lumine Est at 7th-8th floor, designed by SuperPotato. Yep, it certainly looks similar to the interiors of our local Orchard Central 8th floor too!
and we settled ourselves at Saute. Ordered 3 hotplates plus a lettuce Okonomiyaki. Something which WJ has been craving for.
tidbits for tonight! from 7-11!!!