After a fairly fuzzy start to the day, having been woken by the wind at 3, and the girls at 6, we manage to get out the door at 10 to head to Asakusa and Sensoji. Unfortunately, the rest of Tokyo appeared to have the same idea. The trains were crowded, the streets were crowded and Sensoji was packed. It was a little claustrophobic.
Nonetheless, we had a reasonably good time. We had lunch at a ramen restaurant.
A nice walk to Ueno park where we had a super early Hanami, there were actually a few blossoms out.
Bobby and Nancy then parted ways and headed back while we walked though the park then up through the city to Nippori to catch the train home.
We were all so worn out the everyone was sound asleep by about 8:30.