Akasaka Granbell Hotel
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... of pins set about the machine seemingly random, and if it goes down the right path it goes into the right hole and then you keep that ball.
Beyond controlling how fast they shoot up it didn’t seem to us there was any way to alter the way gravity takes hold of the ball the way you can when playing pinball.
We couldn’t quite figure out what the appeal was, and whether the balls could be exchanged for prizes or something similar. It seemed to us to be an ...
... before the movie I'm watching is over; kind of placing a bet with myself since I have the grand plan to sleep and get on my new schedule ASAP. As I'm wondering again when my tablecloth might be removed here comes round three!! This time with a bowl of perfectly sticky rice, miso soup and some heavenly little puffs of what might be a type of rice? Of course since I was always prepared for this I had given away my spoon too during the first clean up, so I ...
... the girls, a very nice bathroom which included hair dryers (yay!) and laundry facilities. The hotel even had a traditional hot bath facility. It was all I could afford, but it was more than I needed!
On day two I got up with renewed energy and made my way to one of the city's many modern art museums. I actually felt pretty good that morning, and after I had admired a photograph exhibit at the museum I decided to go for a walk. The walk took me through some very ...
... to go to 'electric town'. In one store we walked through they had every conceivable electronic, including a whole section for female beauty with gadgets and gizmos to make you looking younger, apparently. Unfortunately we couldn't understand any of the instructions, so we will be staying as youthful as we currently are! After this we found Scott's heaven - a building full of old school arcade games, with everything from carnival style teddy ...
... store almost by accident. Prices are that much cheaper here-the £850 MacBook Air basic is £600, for instance-though seeing as that is because the yen is low, I realise how expensive Tokyo must normally be. Prices for food and so on are reasonable, but if you'd normally add 25% plus, it would be much heavier on the wallet. Once back at the hostel I ate in the cool Japanese style common room, all low tables and cushions. Exploring the ...