Weekly Dormy Inn Meguro Aobadai
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... crossing ready to follow the below map to get to Shibuya City Hotel.
Once I checked into the hotel, it took me a while to get used to the fact that double bed room is way too smaller than what it looks online. However, I had a pleasant stay and would definitely recommend this hotel if you are looking to save money.
Tokyo Day 3
Last day staying with my Dad's cousin Andrew.
Andrew: My Dad's cousin from England, who came to Japan a few years ago to teach English. Also does weddings on the side.
Noboku: Andrew’s wife, the delightful Noboku was extremely friendly and hospitable in hosting me for a few nights in Japan. She only knew a little bit of English, so communication with her was always fun.
Alistair: Roommate and ...
... and some vegetables with bacon things of which i can't remember the name. I've passed a lot of pachinko parlors in my vacation but now i felt it was time to try it out. Pachinko is the japanese version of pinball, but it's actually just ordinary gambling. You have a big bucket of balls and depending on where they land you get more balls to play with. In the end you will lose, but that doesn't seem to stop people.
I entered the pachinko parlor and was greeted by ...
Got on a train early in the morning to Tokyo! There was a big group of us of 10 people. We all look so out of place and get many stares since the majority of us are blonde and 96% of Japan are Japanese…we stick out like sore thumbs. We all figured out the train to Tokyo from Yokohama pretty easily. Once we were waiting for our train we mat a man names David. He's been living in Japan ...
... a minibus in order to escort us back to the main complex, only in Japan do you get this level of service. We waited in the main complex until the rains eased and then headed off to our next stop, the Tokyo Management Government Offices (TMGO). The main draw about this place is that you can gain access to the 45th floor, free of charge, and get great panoramic views all over Tokyo. On a clear day you can even catch a glimpse of Mount Fuji, unfortunately today was not one of those days ...