APA Hotel Nishi Azabu
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... and walk- out into the crowded streets. IT is raining today and everyone is carrying an umbrella. An umbrella basically makes people twice their size, so being out in the Tokyo madness was heightened by the umbrellas that everyone was carrying. Thank goodness we still had ours from Florence –and an extra one that was at the apartment.
We went window shopping a lot- they have crazy stores, local and global brands. They ...
... history of solitude and isolation, something that is apparent in its culture even today, this last one I find quite special.
Beyond the barrels we encountered not only loads of tourists, but also plenty of Japanese dressed in traditional garb. We asked two of them whether we could take their picture, and because of their happy response we asked whether we could take our picture with them as well. They were most accommodating, something that at the time of this ...
... To cool the palette, sliced cucumber was placed in a heart shape bowl, with egg tofu in a smaller bowl next door. The Japanese meal experience cannot be complete with sashimi, with a slice of squid and tuna freshly prepared. While my personal preference is to eat squid cooked, with my favourite being salt and pepper squid, it was nice to try it prepared differently (uncooked). The tuna was fresh and delicious, as to be expected in Japan.
There was ...
... I had an excellent view at Starbucks' first floor window, is Tokyo's busiest crossing. I watched in fascination as at every changing of the lights, hundreds of people started crossing the streets. Even though it was massively crowded, it had a certain elegance to it.
With my belly full it was time to hit the shops. Luckily, H&M was easily found amongst the many, many shops, as a huge billboard was advertizing its existence around the corner. It was about all I could ...
... as the border. Spiders and webs also seemed a prevalent theme, and I was glad to see a definitive downward trend in the number of "whimsical" (read: I don't want to diss the artists nor the time and effort spent on these quilts, but they're kind of tacky, and not at all my cup of tea) quilts on display.
The actual theme category this year was the Moomins, which are quite popular in Japan. Artists had realised Tove ...