Flexstay Inn Shinagawa
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... with that well, others such as my husband and 2 year old may struggle with that added time on the train. Finding your way out of a major station may also take 15 minutes of walking and finding the right exit and elevator (for stroller). However, it can be done. And I only hope more efficiently in the future. We arrived relatively unscathed and the Savages were waiting for us. Lindsey previously lived in Tokyo. She happily accepted the role of your guide, and we happily followed. ...
We went to the famous Tsukji fish market today. As we got there they were just starting to pack up as it starts at 4am and finishes about 11am. We were lucky enough to see the fish still there, tuna heads and other big fish, plus smaller ones and cockles, oysters, salmon and snapper. As we walk around the massive warehouse people are starting to clean up and there is an intense fresh fish smell that wafts around the place. There was lots of water on the floor and people frantically ...
... guardhouse housed 100 samurai from the four branches of the Tokugawa clan, who worked in shifts to provide 24 hour vigilance for the Palace and the Imperial family.
There were a few colourful bushes and trees to admire, but it is the tranquillity of the area that appeals after the hustle and bustle of the busy city.
From the Shiomi-zaka slope, at an earlier period of time, Hibiya Bay came up close to the Imperial Palace, and from this slope you could ...
... dairy however, something that came highly recommended by my friend Simon: Strong. Strong by name, strong by nature! Holy smokes, this stuff is potent. I had two in my hotel room just to check it out... needless to say, I slept like a baby!
The service here is super friendly - you bags get carried, everything is efficient and on time. Makes life very easy.
The next hurdle was getting the flight and trains that would get me to Hirafu. Once on Hokkaido ...
Awoke to a warm day, clouds covered the sky. Breakfast in the hotel and then back to Haneda airport to purchase tickets to bus our way across town to Shinjuku. We are dropped at the Shinjuku station and from here we walked and lugged our bags about 15 mins to our hotel New City Hotel. Not being able to book in yet, we dropped our bags and spent the day wandering the streets and checking out life Japanese style. Our first visit was to Meiji shrine where the emporer Meiji and his wife ...