Lunch at Dennys found us studying the pictures on the menu - no plastic models here and despite the name of the establishment no English menu. Our choices all proved to be thoroughly enjoyable.
We checked out the Senso-ji temple which was founded in 628. Most of the buildings are postwar reconstructions however. It is quite a spectacular place but because if the crowds not exactly a place for silent reflection.
Some more photos of Senso-ji
We headed home (Ginza line then Maronouchi) but decided to stop at Shinjuku for 'supplies'. The gourmet section of Odakyu had some surprises. Geoff located stuffed tofu skins - these weren't as good as Joss' from our dinner the other night, but they weren't bad either.
We also found Taiyaki which are a little fish shaped dessert made out of a cross between a pancake and waffle coating with a sweet filling - we had custard. Light and delicious.
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