Then we saw a bunch of different shops
Shops for Several Watch Companies in a building designed by Shigeru Ban. Each shop has it own glass elevator that takes you to their store inside.
They had two of the Canon professional white lens mounted on tripods that you could demo- one of them had an $8000 price tag on it. I was surprised about the lack of supervision. You could pickup cameras and play with them with out a worried sales rep looking over your shoulder. The reps weren't too concerned about people messing up their stuff. They also didn't seem to care when I was taking pictures...
I went to their food court up on the 8th floor for dinner. I had a peppered steak dish. It was another variation of the cook it yourself model. They bring your food on a super hot skillet and the meat is cooked by the time the dish cools off.
Then I went to see the night life around Shinjuk and try and find the Timesquare of Tokyo. The guide book didn't list a specific location but I assumed it would be near The Takshimaya Times Square Department Store. Not the case.... After looking it up online the place I was looking for is actually three districts south of where I was in Shibuya. Oh well. This area still had crazy lights and screens.