After we escaped the “gallery,” we looked for a place to get dinner. As a thank you for housing him for two weeks, Joe was kind enough to offer me dinner, and I was happy to oblige. We decided on either Hardrock or Wolfgang puck, but wanted to see the Diet (national legislature of Japan, like our capital building) before eating. We walked to Akaska , where the Diet is, and walked around the building, taking loads of pictures. We then made the trek back to Roppongi. We decided on Wolfgang Pucks because their were more Japanese than foreigners, the seats overlooked the main drag in Roppongi, and it seemed like a more laid back atmosphere. We had a delicious meal (thanks again Joe), went to Shinjuku to get some coffee and to see the lights and then retired for the evening.