17th Century Toshogu Shrine located in Ueno Park.
Part of the shrine, I believe these are offering/prayer requests.
Statues of deities inside the Tokyo National Museum. (sorry I can't be more specific, but it's not Italian Renaissance art).
Samurai armor also from inside the Tokyo National Museum.
I can ride in style inside my palanquin (part of the hands on experience in the Edo Tokyo Museum). (um..what's up with my cheesy smile there? David doesn't warn me of when he's actually going to take the photo!).
Or I can keep up with the hard working peasants (this was not easy folks, those things were heavy!).
Stopped for a treat of Mochi Icecream. It's ice cream incased in a chewy exterior made from pulverized sticky rice. David got green tea flavor (hence the green color) and I had chocolate. Quite tasty.
How can you describe the best sushi ever? I mean there's no fishiness to it. It literally melts in your mouth.
The upper two pieces are fatty tuna, this stuff is heaven.
And they guys were literally taking fish out of the tank and filleting them on the spot. Talk about fresh!