Jizo statues at the Zojo-ji Temple, a short walk from the hotel, with the Tokyo Tower in the background. Photo by Sue Synnestvedt.
Trombonist Charles Vernon and violinist Russell Hershow enjoy breakfast. Photo by David Taylor.
Breakfast fun with substitute violinist Kiju Joh, violinist Cornelius Chiu, violist Danny Lai, substitute violinist Lila Watanabe, and the newest member of the Orchestra, violist Youming Chen. Photo by David Taylor.
A wall at the astonishing Bic Camera, an electronics store with six floors crammed with every kind of electronic device you can think of. Photo by David Sanders.
Cellist Jonathan Pegis digs into his scrumptious petite filet at the always-reliable Ruth's Chris Steak House. Photo by David Sanders.
Violinist Fox Fehling poses with the famous statue of Hachiko, the dog who came to the Shibuya train station every day to wait for his master, and continued to come every day for ten years after his master had died. Photo by percussionist Patricia Dash.
A spectacular day. A view of Tokyo from the Tokyo Tower. Photo by Wendy Koons Meir.
Maytal and Ayelet Meir at a sushi conveyor belt. Photo by Wendy Koons Meir.
Beautiful Senso Ji Temple Photo by Wendy Koons Meir.
A beautiful flower market in the very busy city. Photo by Wendy Koons Meir.
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