This was expected. I hoped it wouldn’t happen, but it did.
My husband woke up at 3am and couldn’t go back to sleep because of a terrible jet lag. It was very “nice” of him to wake me up around 4am. I tried to shut him off, but he was loud enough to keep me awake 😦
We decided to get ready and go out around 5:30. It was such a long day!
Most surprising fact about McDonald’s in Tokyo was it was almost full at 6 in the morning. There were probably more than 50 people who mostly had no company playing cell phones, reading books or taking nap by themselves. It looked so weird…What are they doing Sunday morning???
Taking subway to 浅草 (Asakusa). I was planning to window shop local little venders on the street in front of 浅草寺（Senso Temple). Of course, it was too early to open around 7am. Shoot! We just visited the temple.
I was so disappointed and getting frustrated at this point. Blaming on him for not having what I wanted at all. Then, he suggested to go to 築地 (Tsukiji), the biggest fish market in Japan. We were not sure if it was open on Sunday, but why not trying because nothing else came up.
OMG. Tsukiji was packed with thousands of tourists. Most of eateries and shops were open. Sadly, I was too full to enjoy any food. Getting angry again. He calmed me down and suggested to try sushi anyway.
I believe it cost about 3500yen for 10 pieces of nigiri. All delicious. Just wish I hadn’t had a donut earlier.
Then, we took Yamanote line to 秋葉原（Akihabara) and observed ‘otaku’ culture. It looked interesting, but nothing particular was for us.
Coming back to Tokyo Station to pick up our luggages at the hotel. Almost lunch time. Still full from sushi but wanna eat something.
Fruit sounded good. 千疋屋（Senbikiya) is the most famous fruit store & parlor in Japan. We went to one in Tokyo Station.
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