|Waiting at Kawasaki Station to ride train going Tokyo Station. It takes around 20 mins by Tokaido Line.|
|Kid trying to find his destination|
|Inside train Tokaido Train : A girl with GAP shopping bag scrolling her IPhone.|
|Tourists with there Kids and lots of baggage at Tokyo Station.|
The main station facade on the western side of the station is brick-built and was fashioned after Amsterdam's main station. The main station consists of 10 platforms, serving 20 tracks, raised above street level running in a north-south direction. The main concourse runs east-west below the platforms. The Shinkansen lines are on the east side of the station, along with a multi-story Daimaru department store.
Underground are the two Sōbu / Yokosuka line platforms serving four tracks (five stories below ground level) to the west of the station; the two Keiyō line platforms serving four tracks are four stories below ground some hundreds of meters to the south of the main station with moving sidewalks to serve connecting passengers. The Keiyō line serves passengers going to Tokyo Disneyland and Makuhari Messe.
The whole complex is linked by an extensive system of underground passageways which merge with surrounding commercial buildings and shopping centres.
Get out from Marunouchi Gate and walk towards Imperial Palace in between huge building.
|Outside Tokyo Station going towards Imperial Palace|
|Outside Tokyo Station going towards Imperial Palace. Straight is Imperial palace.|
|First I though its snow floating but looking carefully find out its Swan doing fishing.|
|Imperial Palace Gate|
|Sunday there are lot of people practicing for marathon here. They run around the palace. Around 400 or more people run.|
|Lake protecting the Palace.|
|One of the Gates of the Palace|
|Walking Back to Tokyo to find restaurant to find some food.|
|Korean Restaurant near Kanda Station . It is build under JR lines.|
|Spicy Korean Food : Its like ramen where you add rice. Its a big bowl with 1000 Yen only. Nice Tasty food.|
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|Giza Street : The Ginza (銀座) is Tokyo's most famous upmarket shopping, dining and entertainment district, featuring numerous department stores, boutiques, art galleries, restaurants, night clubs and cafes.|
|Ginza - Revolving restaurant|
Chinese themed restaurant atop the Hyundai Department store in Cheonho, Tokyo. Rotates counterclockwise unlike most revolving restaurants.
|Starbuck @ Yūrakuchō Station (有楽町駅, Yūrakuchō-eki)|
|Japanese Teacher Wedding ( Hijikata ) : Meeting after 6 years first time in Ebius.|
|Back Home after Long walk - Kawasaki at Night around 23:00|