|Sight seeing in Tokyo is never ending and there are a million things to experience and see for yourself!|
Wow! I can't believe that I have only been in Japan for 14 days and have seen and been to so many wonderful places! Each day for the next 14 days I'm going to try an update this post and a separate post about places to see and things to do in Japan! So far I have seen the most famous crossing in the world at Shibuya, hiked at mount Takao, purchased Sumo tickets at the stadium for the Sumo championships, taken in views of Tokyo Bay at Odaiba, witnessed the newest addition to Tokyo at the Sky Tree which opened in April, walked around the Imperial Palace grounds, witnessed a wedding at Meji Shrine right outside of Harajuku station, eaten purple sweet potato ice cream outside of the Buddhist Temple Senjo-ji, taken the cutest subway train in the world along the coast to Kamakura, seen the great Daibutsu Buddha, hung out at island of Enoshima, stuck my feet in the water at Sagami Bay, seen Mt. Fuji from the subway on a clear day, and the list goes on!
1. Enoshima Island
2. High tech Rotating Sushi: Sushi speed trains are in, the conveyor belt is old school