Mitsui Memorial Museum is currently holding an exhibition about Japanese demons. After going there,I would discourage you form doing the same - everything is written only in Japanese, the entry fee is pretty high, and it's incredibly crowded. Also, the exhibition is very traditional - paintings, masks and sculptures displayed under glass windows, with tiny legends. I do understand this was not supposed to be a kids-friendly event, but I think they could have made it a bit more interactive and engaging, and the part about youkai in manga/anime could have had more than just Kitaro there (Pet Shop of Horrors has plenty Japanese demons, not to mention Natsume Yuujinchou). I mean, the artwork displayed was beautiful, but the exhibition itself was not very good.
Well, this was short, since photos were not allowed inside. We then walked around Ginza a took the subway to Zojoji temple.
The temple is right next to the famous Tokyo Tower.
Monday breakfast - mochi and apples.
That day I had free morning - I needed to come to the lab at 2 p.m., so I decided to go to Rikugien gardens, because they're only 2 stops from Todai.
Finally, I managed to find an open tea house! I ordered option 2 (and already forgot the pronunciation) and enjoyed the cold drink while observing the lake.
I decided to walk form the garden to school, and I found out there were plenty of temples and shrines on Hongo-dori - I didn't even take pictures of all of them.