Toyoko Inn Haneda Airport 1
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... of the lights turn red at once and the crosswalks in all directions open at the same time. You can go to the upstairs of a Starbucks to get the best view of people spilling into the street from all directions.
After Shibuya, I went to Roppongi Hills area, a big tourist destination. Here, I went to the Mori building, which offers another great view of the city. It’s nice ...
Today, I started off by catching a bus to the spot where the bike tour takes off. Even though my hotel is in Chuo which is where the bike tour is. It is still a big area to walk around and it is a lot quicker to catch public transport. I arrived at the bike tour office and within no time a bunch of tourists (including me) set off with the tour instructor. We cycled for a solid few hours, taking plenty of stops at different monuments and attractions. I enjoyed ...
... the same place every time lining up the doors with the queues of commuters waiting to board. People wait for arriving commuters to exit before they board (The London tube system could learn from the Japanese!!). BUT... catch one at peak hour and you'll soon discover that sardines are actually comfortable in their cosy cans... They pack in. When you think the carriage cant fit one more person in, 4 or 5 more approach, ...
... make the locals genki (happy) its the sort of place that could only exist in Japan. You begin by entering a waiting room which I can only describe as looking a bit like the inside of Saddam's palace if you're on LSD. The room is lit by several thousand neon lights, there are giant video screens on the walls and you sit in gordy golden chairs. To cap it all off a little robot dinosaur walks around on top of each table trying to knock your drinks ...
... up the mountain for what should have been a beautiful view of the area. Because of the fog though we couldn't see more then a few rows of trees in front of us. The road to the top is like a snake and has something like 50 turns in it. Those prone to car-sickness would probably get sick just looking at the route on the GPS. We did get to enjoy the foliage from the car though and even saw a monkey on the side of the road.
Our next stop was again a popular school trip destination, ...