Tokyo Day 13 - Chiyoda-Ku Park, Edo-Tokyo Museum, Shibuya, Shinjuku

Naaman and had an hour in the morning to walk around (rather than sit and wait around on everyone else) so he took me over to a park (Chiyoda-Ku Park) not to far from the hotel he had been walking around.

We took all the students to the Edo-Tokyo Museum. It houses a fairly extensive history of Tokyo from the Edo period through modern times. It was a pretty fancy building - huge, that is.

They have accurate scale models of the area during the Edo time period.

Keep in mind that it was pretty cold outside and all these school kids had shorts on that were way outside of regulation length when I was in grade school.

Subway signs: Don't let your purse get stolen.
Or put your cigarette into a child's eye.

Naaman and I then took off for Shibuya and walked around in the big intersection there.

There was some pretty neat graffiti around the area.

We then went to Shinjuku to the New York Grill and Bar at the Park Hyatt Tokyo from Lost in Translation.

Later in Shinjuku we wandered around.