APA Villa Hotel Akasakamitsuke
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... of autumn leaves. Once in the town we visited famous shrines and gardens. The Japanese maples are turning colour at the moment and it looked stunning. For lunch we went to an okinomiaki place, a gorgeous little homey restaurant where you cook your own Japanese vegetable pancakes at the table (see pics). We migrated back to Tokyo with perfect timing to meet up with Sinead and ...
... rather than butting in line or simply attempting to overtake someone else who was being served. It took about an hour to get through the ticket desk, customs, security, and another random check points that no one was working but everyone was standing around waiting for. Eventually we were told we could go without being checked, this was of course after I had attempted to go through but was told to get back in line. I was then of course at the back of the line for everything. Haha, ...
... We met up at Hachiko and headed to the Hub for a few drinks. The girls suggested a club called ageHa. It is the biggest club in Tokyo along the waterfront. The club as multiple rooms/DJ's, a pool, and a U-tube for skateboards. We took the shuttle from Shibuya to the club around midnight and stayed there until 5am. . The buses economize space so well that there are foldout seats that take up the middle isle; only in Japan.
-- Ryan L.
... was so fun! We watched a couple movies and ate yummy food, we felt like we were just on an extra long date the whole time :) we had two seats next to each other on a side row with plenty of leg room and felt like it was travel luxury.
Feeling extremely blessed that our flight plans went so smoothly this time around. We are really looking forward to Bangkok and I must say that Japan has already intrigued me enough to make me want to come back and visit again soon!
... meaning you are never hungry for long :)
Onsen- for those unaware onsen is Japanese for hot springs and for centuries they have been bathing in these (compulsory nudity required!!) for the healing properties of the mineral rich hot water drawn from deep underground. I don't know what it is but it works. Onsen are all over Japan and I experienced my first one in Kyoto which was an outdoor tub, steaming hot and I sat there soaking away whilst the snow was falling....I felt ...