A friend of mine told me that Tokyo could easily be a walking city if the streets weren't so damn confusing. He claims you can walk through "major" Tokyo in 3.5 hours. It might be the biggest urban hiking legend yet, however, subway maps are very deceptive and stations are actually closer than you would think. Not feeling the motivation to walk 3.5 hours, we all decided to rent bikes! And at 5 bucks a week for a sweet rental, you can't go wrong. Well, except for figuring out how to traverse a grid-less city.
So, I strapped my camera to the front basket and have been recording way too many bike movies.
For instance: our ride going back to the ryokan from Fabric Town.