I bought a few books and stationary from the Soka Gakkai Store within collage and had a subway sandwich from the canteen as my lunch. Greeted my friends a warm goodbye and went on to visit towards my next destination, which was on the other end of tokyo. It was already 2 pm and I had to quickly rush. I took train from JR Hachioji Station to Odaiba Station. It is not a direct station, you need to change in between. It took (1 Hour 20 Mins) to reach.
Day 3: I was really tired from my last night visit from harajuku Takeshita street market. I came hotel and was carrying Maggie packets from India. I made them in my kettle, had them and went for sleep. Next day I started early. I had planned to visit Tokyo Fuji Art Museum. I took train from Shin Okubo to JR Hachioji Station (48 mins). Then took a 20 mins bus for the Museum. Finally, I arrived at the Museum. The admission fee was at a discounted price for 1000 YEN which is generally for 1300 YEN. You get to use the wifi, it had a restaurant and a store to buy the art suff. I attended the exhibition "Through the Eyes of René Huyghe". The exhibitions keeps on changing in different seasons. You can check their websites prior to the visit. It was a nice French exhibition with paintings of Birth and Evolution in major styles. WARNING : People with no interest in paintings, please dont go, you might get bored. To be honest, I got a little bored there. But as I shared, you can check the exhibitions prior. though I liked a few POP ART paintings by Andy Warhol.