The big attraction on todays agenda was the National Fish Market. This place was HUGE to say the least. I would say we walked for around 2 hours and still did not see everything that they had. Very busy too, definitely had to pay attention to everything that was going on or you could get run over by a passing ‘truck’ very easily. One really cool thing about the location was that they had quite a few small places to eat that were very popular. From what I saw they were lined up outside the restaurants from about 8am until we left and these places usually only seat 8-10 people.
After the morning activities we went and ate at Brandon’s (@archer23) favorite place CoCo’s. I was a little hesitant about this place because they served mainly curry and it did not look appetizing whatsoever. I was definitely wrong about this place, the chicken/curry was FANTASTIC.
Next on the list was hitting a few shopping places, visiting one of the oldest temples in Japan and visiting Tokyo Sky Tree (second tallest structure in the world).
After the days events we went back to the Hotel to clean up and then Brandon and I went out for dinner. We decided on Edomae Gatten Sushi which was just a 10 minute walk from our hotel. This place was AMAZING to say the least. We ordered a few Nigiri(spelling) pieces and then finished off with the Crunchy Shrimp Roll and it was unreal how good it was.
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