Takanawa Keikyu Hotel
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... to feeling confident at work, she said. In general Japanese men and women, no matter the age, are impeccably smart and somewhat conservative dressers. Even in 90 degree heat no-one has bare arms and I didn't see any butt-cheek length shorts until I got to Thailand, and those mostly worn by Western white girls.
Contrary to appearances, over the last few decades more and more Japanese women have entered the workforce. A falling birth rate and a restricted ...
... was surprised too after I heard, but my expectations were completely blown away by the actual experience. We sat in a lobby looking like it was straight out of some Austin Powers movie, emblazoned with colors of gold and silver and donned with disco balls and mirrors everywhere.
Just then, a rock band of robots enters the stage...and jam their hearts out, playing tons of popular songs from the US. And this was just the beginning! As excited as we ...
... not too hot to burn your hands! To top it all off, I bought the drink by tapping my metro card on the machines metro card RFID reader! The Japanese integration of food, culture, technology and currency is truly astounding! These guys really don't mess around, everything is exceptionally clean and well organized. This of course garners even more respect from me...
Beyond the Kaminarimon is Nakamise-dori with even more shops and even more food stands.
... left on), fish (fried and made into balls), tofu, or sometimes beef, and vegetables (daikon, bok choy, etc).While considered a reasonably healthy dish in its own right, chankonabe is very protein-rich and usually served in massive quantities, with beer and rice to increase the caloric intake. End copy-paste.
From there we went to the Edo Tokyo museum once again most of it was closed... seriusly about 70% for our trip ...
... Nice flavour, but a lot of chewing required.
With my belly as full as it can be I finally make my way to the gardens.
Hamarikyu, here I come! An office at the entrance offers free audio tours, so I
naturally accept. I rush to the first bench I can see so that I can write up
the thoughts of all I’ve experienced so far. After finishing my writing, about
ten minutes passed before a loud PA system reminds me that the park closes in