Tachikawa Grand Hotel
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... buying two backpacks as well as two jackets. We now had to find room in the bags for all of this. It is no longer just tiny trinkets that we can stuff into nooks and crannies. The spare bag will have to be used.
We returned to Kawasaki by 4pm, lugging our new purchases in the second bag, together with all our other luggage. Dinner was a pizza and lunch had been KFC. It was a Western junk food day for us.
We had arranged for a ...
... might look like. (I was only slightly surprised to discover that much has been written on this very subject by helpful people who themselves have struggled with the basics here in Japan). So, armed with a search image, we headed for the store, and it didn't take too long before we scored a bottle of something appropriate.
That went so well that I thought, "Hey! Why not try to find a bottle of sunscreen while we're here, since the one we brought ...
... try them together. We did a very silly thing and went for the items we recognised early on so it got to the point where we didn't have a clue what we were eating and this is where the fun started. The texture of raw fish is something that really effects how you like something. We slowly picked our items one by one, sea urchin, salmon eggs and blowfish seaman (We would like to point out that at the time we did not know this, this information has recently been discovered by ...
... And it delivered. There were karaoke bars and peep shows on every corner. There was a wide variety of stores and restaurants, including the notorious Robot Restaurant. It is a cabaret show that has no purpose or function. Just a bunch of half naked girls dancing with robots. It was well worth the price of ¥6000. After wandering Shinjuku for a while I decided to head to the Harajuku neighbourhood. I started to walk and loved the idea of being lost, ...
... for Pokémon; thoroughly Japanese and brought back lots if childhood memories. Visited a Japanese garden too and actually saw a cherry blossom! Or some type of blossom, with a crowd gathered underneath the tree, arms outstretched to take photos, such a funny sight but we didn't hold back, and got our fair share of photos too! Then we went to the main Tokyo station to find some dinner and ended up coming across the Japanese equivalent of Harrod's. It was drenched ...