We did quite a bit of the sight-seeing spots around the city and generally it was decent weather. We were a bit shocked on day one as there was an unexpected snow fall right as we were arriving. Our clothing was rather ragamuffin as we were headed to S.E. Asia and the heat for a few months with Japan being the only cold spot. Charlotte had no coat and just a jumper so layered up with pink raincoat and I did have a puffer jacket thankfully.

We went to quite a few spots by easily taking Go which is the Uber-type app to call cars. Easy, clean, and fancy, and fast.

One of our first places to wander around was in the Imperial Castle Gardens. The famous cherry trees were not in bloom but the plum trees were and pretty. I also enjoyed seeing various citrus trees which was surprising with the snow.

Tokyo Station was in a lovely old building and hides the jam packed inside. Whole areas filled with restaurants and shops. Quite a maze.

We spent the day in a great museum complex including the Tokyo National Museum. Really recommend this one plus the others nearby in the park.

We also enjoyed the National Art Center as much for the incredible architecture as art space.

Our last half of the week was in Hamamatsucho and we enjoyed this area a lot. There were some fancy bakeries and fun places to eat that seemed much more for residents than tourists. We also discovered a couple of smaller parks that were peaceful although probably prettier after winter.

Shopping was experienced in Ginza Six and surrounding areas. And of course loads of eating because we were walking so much!