Hotel Mystays Asakusa
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The location was perfect - Asakusa/Sankoku station was pretty in the center of all the areas we wanted to visit in our one week trip. The facility was extremely accommodating and the rooms were decently clean. There were plenty of convenience stores nearby to grab some snacks, breakfast food and drinks. I would go back if I stayed in Tokyo next time!
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... some reason, so I took many pictures with it, as well as with my DSLR.
After we got back down, we cruised around "Solamachi" which in Japanese literally means "Sky town." It's a pretty large mall-ish, souvenir-shop-ish compound and it has many cute little shops and adorable cafes for mostly foreigners or tourists to see. I like being a tourist, so we looked around quite a bit, had some green tea ice cream ...
... as people move to normal hotels but it is a once in a lifetime experience.
What else that can't be categorised above? Origami class (harder than it looks), sushi making (ditto), the stunning sights of conical volcanic Mount Fuji and Mount Yotei, a hilarious night in a Japanese karaoke bar and riding the high speed Shinkansen bullet trains.
In conclusion I would love to come back as I feel I've hardly scratched the surface, aims for next time are a geisha performance and a Sumo ...
... Dan into the room. Luckily there was a big comforter that we didn't need and Dan slept with that and my yoga mat on the floor. We probably went to sleep around 3am that night and woke up around 8:30am the next morning. Hide picked us up and we went out for lunch with his wife Kiome and their two children Reina (6 yrs old) and Ren (4 years old). They were adorable and really open to us, even though they couldn't speak English and we couldn't speak Japanese. I ...
... was destroyed by a tsunami in 1495 and all that remains are a number of large stones that supported the columns of the building. For 20 yen you can go inside the Buddha. You can't do much for 20 yen so I paid and went in. It's cramped and there's not a lot to see but you can see some details of the statue's construction.
We then walked to Hase-dera, ...
... rules and history, we knew what we were doing and knew who the famous wrestlers were; we were raring to go. By 08.40 we were at Rygoku, the home of sumo wresting in Japan. It was a beautiful building. There seemed few people about, considering the popularity of the sport and the nature of the day. It soon became clear. The wrestling started at 08.40, but it wasn't until 2.10, the big stuff would start and it wasn't until then the stadium would ...