Another very late start out of the apartment as we headed to Shibuya. Outside of Shibuya station is a statue of the dog, a small Akita, named Hachiko.
The story of Hachiko is like Greyfriars Bobby in Edinburgh. A professor owned Hachiko and brought him to the station each day when he went to work. The dog waited at the station until his master returned. One day, the professor died at work and did not return to meet Hachiko, but the dog waited at the station for 10 years until he too died. The statue erected for the dog is a famous meeting spot.
Scott ring shopped.
From there we walked to Shinjuku, where we did a bit of shopping. Passed a shrine along the way.
We then took the subway to Roppongi district to Gonpachi bar which is also called the Kill Bill bar.