Before we head onto the glorious Japanese Alps we have one final night in the neon heartland of Shinjuku.
The man is both intrigued and then delighted by this vending machine restaurant. Just pop in your money, make your selection, get your ticket and take it to the counter.
Seconds later – a meal is handed over. Proper fast food!
More futuristic eye popping neon sights await us, including this entrance to a girly bar that I force the man to pose in . . .
Tigers graffiti, cute kitty stickers and gigantic demons are just common place sights in this sleepless city.
But you can still find more traditional Japan if you look hard enough. I love the decorative kanji script. Even if I have absolutely no idea what’s being sold!
Below is the icon Kabukicho Red gate and it signals you’ve arrived in the district.
Or in our case it signals a last, lingering look at one of the most exciting cities on the planet.
But for now it’s so long Shinjuku, toodleloo Tokyo and onwards with our hectic journey across Japan.
3 thoughts on “So long Shinjuku, toodleloo Tokyo”
Really enjoying this vicarious trip through Japan!
I’m glad you’re enjoying my (almost) step by step retracing of the entire trip!! 🙂 It’s making me desperate to go back though . . .
I can relate! I get whistful reading my own blog!