On our way home, we caught the train at Kita-Toda Station and went straight to Shinjuku. But we got to see this before we got in the train. A Shinkansen!
We didn’t ride the Shinkansen. We took a local train to Shinjuku, which is the world’s busiest station. We had some time before our next train, so we looked around a little and I took the opportunity to take some pictures.
There was a bento (lunch box) shop in the station with a very interesting display. This is it.
A closeup reveals that they’re all plastic! Japan is well-known for its plastic food displays at restaurants, but this one was quite impressive.
Some more of the station. That green store is called 3 Coins, which means that everything inside costs 300 yen.
This is the ticket gate, one of many in this station. There are actually around three hundred exits at Shinjuku Station.
But it was soon time for us to board the train that would take us almost home. Yes, another Romance Car! That’s for the next post.