Tokyo is a bustling, beautiful city that is difficult to see in less than twenty-four hours. The weather was perfect for getting out for a city walk to take in some sights and have one last sushi/miso soup lunch. We wandered through the park-like setting of the Tokyo Imperial Palace which is the primary residence of the Emperor of Japan.
But alas, it was time to fly home from a very special country with some of the most spectacular sunrises and sunsets.
Our family has regularly traveled together near and far for vacations. These trips have always included physical activities along with sight-seeing. It is such a good time to relax and connect with each other. Thanks to Kevan for planning an unforgettable trip to Japan!