Akasaka Granbell Hotel
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... and she replied she would stick with Snapple Peach Tea (I think she's starting to break down). Our last stop before heading for the airport was the Ghibli Museum, a showcase for animation and fine arts. It was now time to say farewell to Miki, and she had been a tremendous help to us (especially with Kip and his inquisitive mind). Before heading to the airport I give it my best and final shot at Mickey D's. "I hear they have an excellent McShrimp burger"... and I saw the door ...
... there were queues of people at each one and all the menus and signage was in Japanese so we had no chance! Stopped in for a brew at a tiny cafe instead. Next onto the subway again and luckily a lady helped us out this time telling us which ticket to buy. We hopped off at Asakusa for a walk to a famous temple - Senso-ji. Finally found a recommended place for food, Daikokuya which apparently has the best tempura in Japan! It started raining while ...
If you're in Tokyo when a sumo tournament us on then you'd be crazy to miss it. Well, we're not crazy. I had pre-purchased the tickets months ago and we were all really excited to see it. The tickets are a day pass and you can go for as long as you like. We chose to arrive around 3 and stay to the end at 6. We had a few hours to fill in so decided to go to Harakuju with the idea of visiting Yoyogi park with the weirdly dressed people. But we didn't make it ...
Once thing I notice about the Japanese airport and the plane to Hanoi is that the Japanese like their temperature MUCH warmer than Americans. Although it’s chilly outside (30 degrees Fahrenheit), inside they keep the temperature at 80 or so. We begin peeling off layers of
clothing…perhaps conditioning ourselves for the equatorial temps we will encounter over the coming weeks.
I post my Day One blog from the JAL Lounge and we ...
... queue to go right up to the main temple and
ring the bell, and once we were in there was no escaping. We ended up
waiting maybe 45 minutes to get to the temple itself. Quite an
experience being packed in with the thousands of other Japanese, who
were of course on their best behaviour and very orderly. When we
finally got to the top of the steps there was a sea of people below
us, still waiting. We got a couple of pics and quickly exited to
find lunch at a ...