Rembrandt Hotel Atsugi
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... building we entered was entirely dedicated to one particular stereotype I have of Japan: f*cked up movies. The top floor had movies showing hours of girls being tickled by a feather or sitting on a skippyball. In the back of this floor there was some 'regular' adult movies which once in a while included an autograph of the actress involved in the movie, making it a true collectors item! Even two walls were dedicated with autographs of these actresses, ...
... The trains are owned by different companies and government, so when you have to switch lines you need to exit and re-enter somewhere else... Somewhere else can be over 1/2 a kilometre away... No joke!
Smoking - You can smoke in a bar or restaurant but you can only smoke in designated areas on the street!!!
Drinking culture - I love it. Drink anywhere at anytime! On the street, on the train.... ...
... its popularity surpassed by Cherry blossoms.
It is associated with the start of spring; in Tokyo area, they typically flower in February and March. This event is celebrated every year with Plum festival = Ume Matsuri.
There are so many varieties of ume flower but generally they have 5 petals and their beautiful colors ranges from white to dark pink. They also have a sweet fragrance.
DAY 59 ….. March 4th ….. Tokyo, Japan
DAY 60 ….. March 5th ….. Tokyo, Japan
DAY 61 ..... March 6th ...... Tokyo, Japan
We spent three every enjoyable days in the Tokyo area although it was cold.
We got up early, found our way to the local JR Train Station and negotiated our way to downtown Tokyo with a minimum of problems, although we did get onto to the wrong part ...
... heading out to grab some sashimi for breakfast near the fish market. Fish and rice is a much better breakfast than toast and cereal.....they do it right over here. After then we explored the gardens and a museum around the Imperial Palace, we chilled in a park and read for a while then headed home. Nice relaxing day. We decided to check out an area called Ebisu for dinner....but after a long and hot walk to the train station found a sign saying there had been a ...