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... to expat bars. I was completely astounded to learn that though clubs can stay open late into the night (morning), patrons are not allowed to dance after 1am. For this reason, many clubs close at 1, but have a sister club that you can get into just for drinking. In this way, there are bars in which patrons are allowed to dance, and those in which dancing is honestly forbidden. We entered one of the latter to find cautioning signs plastered ...
Arrived at Narita airport which is actually quite far from Tokyo as far as city airports are concerned. Still, not a big problem due to the fast trains which come and go from the city.
We had to transfer from our airport train to the Bullet Train bound for Kyoto at Shinagawa station which is apart of Tokyo.
We make one sort of big mistake, ...
... Headed back to the room to make the most of it (what there is of it) until 11am check out time. Wandering down for lunch we came across walk I can only describe as Japans version of pokie lounges. I have no idea what the game was but they seem engrossed in it. It is also interesting to see the contrast of fashion, here was this tiny lady dressed in traditional Japanese clothes crossing the road alongside teenagers in ultra modern outfits. Had some local curries for lunch with some ...
... though. I'd also really recommend Kosantai Ubeya, the hotel we stayed at there - it's really, really special. 3) Try the food - all of it! Don't blame me if you don't like sushi, though - I'm withYou on that one! You should definitely try tonkatsu and ramen. And the ninja restaurant! 4) Go to the origami museum, and make sure you get a class - I think they are at 11 and 2. # sounded like the afternoon one Was a bit more advanced! 5)Make sure ...
... prams to regularly navigate this city. Definitely a place for carrying kids.
The next few days involved checking out the neighbourhoods of Harajuku, Yoyogi park, Shinjuku, Meguro (lots of walking round there), Naka-Meguro, Ueno and nearby Ebisu.
One night I caught up with an old friend from Perth, Masado. Great to see how people develop and catchup with a mate I last saw over 15 years ago! It took us some time to get into our swing of travel but by ...
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