APA Villa Hotel Akasakamitsuke
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... every couple of minutes, run on time.The Japanese have shopping down to an art form. Underground shopping malls are home to designer brands, restaurants and artistic displays of everything from cosmetics, cheeses to cakes and confections that are innovative and beautifully presented. It's Designer with a capital D.
Shibuya is a quirky, crowded part of town where a young, self-consciously fashionable crowd gathers to check each other out, shop and be seen. The ...
... It was not scary, it was quite nice and I got to take my shoes off! We were 3 stories down in the ground. It’s weird that Japan has such little/squished/long rooms and stairways. I think it is landscaped like this because all the buildings want to have a street front. In a way the stores are being nice to each other and sharing the area (peaceful like the Japanese). Sushi making- the chef was super fast and good at making sashimi. He was big ...
... and extremely crowded with people from all over the world. Surprisingly, some are almost at shoulder level with me. We shot numerous photos in this area.
We very quickly found a hat vendor with exactly the hat I wanted! I'm wearing it in all the photos and numerous locals said to me in English "Nice Hat!" You will see me posing with 3 tiny women in traditional Kimonos who all seemed to like my hat.
Very quickly upon entering the temple area, I ...
... t worn trainers Even if they would have allowed it, I would have felt like a right prat.
The decor was minimal but classy, black with gold features. There was a live band playing light music, drum, double bass, piano which completed the opulent feel of the place.
The menu came along, it was a bit of a shock. The very first thing on the menu was a £90 caviar starter. Thankfully most other items were cheaper, as comfortable as Craig is I was concerned! ...
... minutes of being underground, I was at
long last waiting on the right platform for the right subway.
The subway ride itself was uneventful except for a sign I saw denoting the
area underneath the sign for the invalid or elderly. I mistook the crutch one
of the simplified people was holding for a syringe, leading to an extremely interesting
mental image: Rush hour, Tokyo, everyone being physically stuffed into the train,
while a guy with a ...