Hotel New Tochigiya
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... bathroom back home is considerably larger than this room! No kidding, this room is even smaller than my dorm room back in college! I would guess we have about 200 square feet to work with here! Exhausted from a very long day of travel we certainly had no complaints and promptly showered in our very tiny upright tub and collapsed. The following morning we woke feeling refreshed and relieved on many levels.
After a very nice and very Japanese breakfast, we ...
... tower. We just decided on the North tower. To get there you need to get off at Tochomae station which is directly underneath. There was posters up inside which showed how the government was preparing for the Olympics 2020 which is being held in Tokyo. We were taken to the 48th floor and looked out onto the whole of the city. It was amazing. The city is ridiculously huge and everything is tightly packed in. We even got to see Mt Fuji in ...
... angry or annoyed with the crowd, traffic, queues... Here is a very considerate society. The shops have touts outside, usually girls, who call out in a lyrical manner, coaxing members of the stream of sightseers who pass by, trying to lure them into their shop. Psirens for socks, trinkets, hats and ...
... squeezed it face side up. End result was Efren was absolutely covered in sesame ginger salad dressing! Not a big deal, but probably the most memorable part was the server's reaction -- he was shocked and embarrassed and couldn't bring over enough water or napkins to help clean it up. Welcome to Japan!
Initial impressions --
1. Everyone wears face masks
2. Vending machines are everywhere -- ...
Arrived into Tokyo after a fairly epic flight and we were
immediately amazed by the place. After getting our trusty JR passes we headed
off to find our hotel. Seriously, don’t travel round Japan without them; free
use on the circular metro line in Tokyo and some bullet train services – once
you master the JR pass wave to quickly get onto station platforms, it’s a