At our hostel we got to stay in a traditional Japanese style room and sleep on the floor on mats. A great experience, but I am excited to sleep in a regular bed soon.
First off we got to check out the Tokyo Sky Tree, it has only been open for about a month. The tower was amazing, unfortunately we didn't head up to the top tickets were sold out about a month ago. There was a huge complex surrounding the tower with every kind of shop you can think of, including a Tokyo Banana (picture to come soon).
The fish market was a little different than I expected. They had a little section with shops and food places, the rest was bustling with forklifts, people and all kinds of trucks. The sushi looked great, but every place had a huge line and about 6 places to sit at the counter inside.
|Line for a sushi place|
|shrine inside the fish market|
|The Imperial Palace, with a random Japanese lady|
|Changing of the guards|
|View of Tokyo from Tokyo Tower|
|HA, HA! A monkey on stilts|