|It was a day for Tokyo and nothing like a good weather in the morning. We were all set to start it and it was south bound from Oak Hotel.|
|Interesting breakfast with rice, soup and fried eggs|
|One of the many economical food joints found in the city.|
|As we approaches the Imperial Palace we were greeted with colourful flowering trees. It's cherry blossom in Tokyo.|
We took a round at the periphery roads to see the surroundings of the palace.
|At the pedestrian road crossing of Ginza.|
|A tea break before proceeding with our rides.|
|Summons by the Police for illegal bike parking in the city is a common scene.|
|We have reached our very much desired destination a fish market called Tsukiji after nearly 9 km of roaming in the city of Tokyo.|
There are plenty of sushi counters here, but to find the best ones, you need to wend your way to the restaurant area near the wholesale fruit and vegetable market, just inside the main gate off Shin-ohashi Street. To me the food is the same at any corners of this market.
|Our brommies were simply parked together with other bicycles at this road side.|
|It's been said that no visit to Tsukiji is complete without a sushi breakfast. It was because of this sentence Jo queued for it.|
|Ryo Sushi one of the many shops serving good sushi. Let's try.|
|Our main man who served our meals on that day.|
The sushi freshly prepared and served on the slim black marble slab at the eating counter.
|Our shared Ryu Sushi for 2,500 yen.|
|Jo opted for this eel delicacy with glutinous rice.|
|There were more places for eating, these people were eating at the road pavement next to the road... and more as you walk down the street.|
|The"outer market" (jōgai-shijō) is a mixture of wholesale and retail shops that sell Japanese kitchen tools, restaurant supplies, groceries, and seafood, and many restaurants, especially sushi restaurants.|
|After the famous fish market I decided to pay a visit to Loro Tokyo.|
|I got myself a replace bag cover for my S bag.|
|The exploration continued at times using bridges of such nature which are bicycle friendly.|
|Akihabara gained the nickname Akihabara Electric Town (秋葉原電気街) shortly after World War II for being a major shopping center for household electronic goods and the post-war black market.|
|By now we were closing to our base at Ueno as the sun set and a drink or two would be lovely.|
These delicious yakitori with some dashes of spicy pepper were heavenly good.
|What a wonderful way to end the day's exploration at a busy street, sipping my beer and watching the people moving up and down.|