Above, I also had the chahan (half portion).
Above, Miso Ramen. The restaurant is very close to my work so I went back. This time, I tried the Miso ramen. The Shoyu was not particularly memorable but on par with what you get at Kintaro or Higuma, also in Paris. The Miso was awful though.
Above, I also had the gyoza.
Aoyama Cemetery (青山霊園) is located in Aoyama, Minato, not far from Roppongi. The cemetery is famous for its cherry blossoms and many people visit it during hanami season. When I visited, the blossoms were already past their peaks and petals were falling from the trees and covering the tombs and alleys.
Above, Roppongi Hills Mori Tower.
Above, central road.
Above, Tokyo Midtown.
Above, a minimalist tomb.
Above, christian tombs.
Starting at Oji station, I walked on a pedestrian path along the Takinogawa River (滝野川) until I reached Naka-Itabashi station. The path is lined with many cherry trees.
Above, fallen petals covering the river.
With more than 600 cherry trees, Yoyogi Park is a popular hanami spot for the Harajuku crowd.
With over 1,000 cherry trees, Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden is one of the best and most popular spots for hanami in Tokyo.