Japan - Day 5 - Tokyo

Stayed Shinjuku Warm House  
Ate Lunch Sandwiches at Pannotajima ROX
  Dinner Tonkatsu and sushi at Kaisen Misakiko
Travel Train 34 km
  Walking 12.6 km

Today we started at Kameido Tenjin Shrine. Since there is a wisteria festival next week, and the cherries are early this year, we might get lucky with flowers; sadly, the blossoms were very much closed. However, it would be awe-inspiring.

After the disappointment of the wisteria, we took a bus to Asakusa Shrine and Sensō-ji, which we had seen eight years ago, but it is worth a second look. We also tried to buy a good fortune and failed. And we tried the famous curry bread. It was the busiest place we visited on the whole trip.

Then we walked over to Hoppy Streetfor lunch, but nothing appealed to Angela food-wise, but we found an excellent sandwich shop. Then we walked over to the kitchen supply area on Kappabashi Dougu Street, and I bought two knives and looked at a lot of ceramics.

After some tea, we stopped by Toyokawa Inari Shrine to see all the stone foxes. Finally, we returned to our hotel; Owen wasn’t feeling well, so Angela and I walked to a nearby sushi place for dinner. It was excellent.