The 3rd day. I visited Shibuya Station, that's where Hachi, the dog, used to follow his master. From there my friend and I went to Kotokuin, and against, thousands of people asking for wishes in the Shrine. There was also a temple where a huge Buda is, on the picture you can see that the Buda is outdoors, it wasn't like that before but an earthquake destroyed the protecting building.
Then, we went to Enoshima, an island. With a really good view of mount Fuji and lots of small stores, very nice place to walk around, very romantic, it reminded me of Venice and some places in Spain. There I ate a Teriyaki hamburger in McDonalds! haha
On our way back I was able to take a picture of one of the most beautiful train stations in Japan, Tokyo Station.
The 4th, my friend took me to the Edo-Tokyo museum founded on March 28,1993, as the place where visitors come to learn more about Tokyo’s history and culture. After spending some time hungry, we went to a tempura restaurant and enjoyed the delicious food that only Japan can make.
Afterwards, we walk around a neighborhood that mimics the old Tokyo, I just have no words to describe how amazed I was... I'm glad that I'm a photographer and at least I have pictures to show.