Weekly Dormy Inn Meguro Aobadai
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... same plaster recipe as in 1914 The really interesting thing that we learned on this tour was that originally Tokyo wasn't Tokyo at all, but instead was called Edo after the Edo clan that ruled from the mid 1600s to the 1850s. After this, power was translated to the Meiji Emporer and the capital was moved East of Kyoto to become To - (East) Kyo (Kyoto). The gardens we walked through were the remains of the original ...
... and the rest of the symbols. Before starting, she showed us how to purify ourselves so now can do it to when we enter a temple. During the ceremony, Elena and Ariana followed every moment with interest and even later, Ariana made us a private tea ceremony. Elena also loves Japan with their traditions and beauty, even though we do not know a lot about it. This is why they are preparing some work on History and Traditions ...
... up two hours, and bizarrely, two train changes outside of Tokyo. It was a good night though.
Our first day was surprisingly straightforward. We had booked a capsule hotel right next to the station (well about half a mile away, but in Tokyo that's nothing) and managed to find it straight away! Once you get over the fact that you're only allowed to wear the hotel robes past reception and the shower is a big naked communal affair ...
... started to set up for a new day. As we got closer to the Ueno Park we got to see the Tokyo we pictured when we came here. It was full of life and a beautiful mix of old history and new technologies. 10 steps away from a main shopping district was the beautiful National Park where you were surrounded by trees and the sound of birds in the middle of the city! In the park there was a beautiful shrine where you could pray at and drink holy water and I have to admit that ...
... I then headed to Kabukicho to finish my night. I actually only walked around and didn't go in any of the bar but I thought it was worth a mention. It’s an area near my hotel that has tons of small alley and tiny tiny bars. When I say tiny it is in all sense of the term, The doors are too small for me, the ceiling are generally too low for me to stand and there are 4 seats in the smallest one and maybe 10 in the biggest ones. There must be hundreds of them. I went on ...