|Mt. Fuji behind the Tokyo Skytree|
|City view in daytime|
|Trains coming and going from station near hotel|
|Just to give you an idea of how much city is out there...|
We checked out Shibuya crossing which is sort of like Tokyo's version of times square. It is supposed to be the busiest pedestrian crossing in the world. We were there way to early for the major crowds. But is was still fun to people watch.
It was lovely to get out of the house for a few days and have another adventure. I am much more aware of my physical limitations due to pregnancy. I've definitely slowed down a little bit and need to take breaks once in a while. It is all very strange to me.
Japan is still an exciting place to travel around and I enjoy it very much when I'm in "vacation" mode. I have to admit that when it comes to daily living in Japan I would love an "easy button". The challenge of figuring out how to live here with the added complication of trying to understand how to be pregnant here is a little more of a challenge than I want on a daily basis but Jeff and I are making the most of it, focusing on the positives (and there are many) but I'll be glad to go home this summer. The "Babymoon" was lovely and I think will help get us through the next couple months.