Roppongi Hills was the next stop, just to explore the area and eat some taiyaki (a fish shaped waffle filled with red bean). On the way there we heard some loud music and a gathering of people so we stopped to peek and came across a sake festival with sake tasting and food trucks! Of course we had to stop, see and partake!
With a bit of a buzz on, we found our way to the taiyaki shop and placed our order for two fishes! It’s frowned upon to walk and eat (which grated against my barbaric nature), so we stood on the sidewalk blowing on our red bean and eating the piping hot taiyakis. They were as delicious as I imagined them to be!