Call me crazy but with only two days in Tokyo, one if the places I had to visit was the top of the Park Hyatt to see the incredible views and to be where one of my favorite movies, "Lost In Translation", was filmed. After getting lost on the subway, and getting more lost wandering around Shinjuku, I met some nice people that walked me to the Hyatt since I had no idea where I was going.
I was greeted by extremely friendly and helpful staff that took me up to the 52nd floor. What had been a few rain drops earlier had turned into a full blown blizzard so I did't get to enjoy the view, but to my surprise, there was a wonderful jazz band playing. With a few martinis and excellent service, it was a nice, relaxing way to spend my last night in Tokyo.
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