Tokyo Makuhari Outlet Shopping (三井アウトレットパーク幕張), I headed to the Tokyo Sky Tree. I was mesmerized by the beautiful lightings in the park. I've to admit this was the best "scenery" in my entire 4-day trip.
A powerful earthquake struck off the northeast coast of Japan that evening, rattling buildings in Tokyo. I thought a dizzy spell had hit me while I was in the Kitty shop, & I lost my balance. Then came the Japanese announcement asking us to evacuate the building. That was then I realized it was actually an earthquake & not because I wasn't feeling well. Lol! Everyone vacated the building in an orderly manner. There was no panic & it was soon over. Thank God I'd already finished my Hello Kitty shopping.
Hello Kitty Shopping In Japan, ハローキティ ショッピングへ行きましょう!
Tokyo Skytree Station
- From Asakusa Station, 1 station, a 2-min ride on the Tobu Skytree Line, or a 15-min walk.
- From Ueno Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line), transfer to the Toby Skytree Line at Asakusa Station, 14 mins.
Oshiage Station (SkyTree)
- From Tokyo Station, take the JR Sobu Rapid Line & transfer at Kinshicho for the Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line, 16 mins.
- From Shinagawa Station, take the Keikyu Line or Toei Asakusa Line, 25 mins.
"Hama Steak House", ステーキハウス ハマ. I'm not gonna elaborate more since I'd already written a post previously, but you gotta check out this place if you don't mind spending ¥20,000/pax for a Teppanyaki meal.
Here's what I ate:
Although the menu didn't seemed to differ from what I had before, the taste was heavenly. Hama provides delectable cuisine, cozy surroundings, & intimate service to create an unforgettable dining experience for every occasion. Do check out my previous review @ Fine Dining @ Ginza, Tokyo.
Hama Steak House
No.5 Paul-Star Bldg
5F, 7-6-12 Ginza, Chuo-ku
Tel: (03) 3573 0916
Access: 7 min walk from Ginza station
ステーキハウス ハマ 銀座店