The Shibuya District. This was a very busy intersection.
There were lots of narrow predestrian streets in Shibuya, with many shops and restaurants.
Vending machines for almost anything you want!
Evening in the Ginza district, which was not far from our apartment.
A hole in the wall bar on a side street in the Ginza district.
Our next stop in Japan, two hours and 15 minutes from Tokyo on the bullet train.
The Nishiki Market in Kyoto, one of Debbie's favourites.
We took a tour of temples and shrines while in Kyoto. This is the Tofuku-ji Temple.
A Japanese Zen Garden.
Our last stop was the Fushimi Inari Shrine.
The view of the city from Namsan Hill, which was not far from the apartment where we were staying.
A popular spot with the locals downtown. The yellow ribbons were for the victims of the Korea ferry disaster.
One last market, this time the Namdaemun Sijang.
April - June 2014