Saturday, July 22, 2017

A day in Ginza

We went to Ginza two days in a row to walk around.

We spent easily half a day in Ginza Six the day before.
Ginza Six was so packed and the queue for the lifts were really long.

Every lift was packed like sardines so we had no choice but to use the escalator with our stroller. 

It was pretty hard to walk around and see things because Olivia wanted to walk  run around but somehow, we managed by taking turns baby sitting.

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If you're a tonkatsu fan, dining at Tonkatsu Ginza Bairin is a must!

We had to wait a little longer in line than others as we wanted to be seated at a table because Olivia was asleep in the stroller.

The counter seats turnover seems to be pretty fast but we couldn't sit there with a baby.

Missing the pork already

And I MISS the jumbo prawns - they were so fresh!

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We also spent quite a bit of time at the Hakuhinkan Toy Park Ginza Shop.
You might be surprised to know that I am a toy lover! HAHAHA.

I could spend hours browsing the store if given the time. They have lots of "cool" stuff.

Olivia went wild in the store.
At 16 months old, she doesn't really listen to you whenever you say NO.
She'd be taking stuff out from the racks and placing it here and there.

I'd have to keep picking up after her. 
It was so tiring.

The best part about this toy store is that they have a lot of sample toys to play with that can help keep toddlers occupied.

Olivia was most excited when she was all these dogs.
All the battery operated dogs were moving around and yapping away.

It's always so tempting to get her all the toys in the world that she likes but I remember that she already has a similar dog at home so we didn't get her anything from this toy shop for her.

Mandatory pic in Ginza - a picture on the pedestrian crossing :)

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