Akasaka Granbell Hotel
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... which I'm sure have deeply profound meaning. In the evening it was time to catch up with an old school friend, Marc Smith, back in Shibuya. Despite an hour to do so, I could do no better than Hooters for a suggested rendez vous, but from there we did do better both with dinner and future bars including a decent whisky bar. I learnt a fair bit about Japan thanks to Smitty's time there, but was determined to see one experience for myself despite his ...
The original plan was to head to Shinjuku to see a department store that is known for its macaroons. We got ready by 9 and headed down to the lobby for a quick breakfast, which worked out well. We then headed to the station which is an easy walk out of the basement level of the hotel into an underground walk way. The nice part is that it is partially open on the side for a while, so it's a great use of space and helps ease you into the station. Once in ...
... The machine gives you a ticket wit a number on it. You then take the number inside the restaurant and you get your meal. This was so cool and so cheap. The only thing that bothered me was this communal wash rag in a bowl near us.Matt reached for it to wipe off his hands (Before many meals here we have been given wet hand towels, so he had a reason to do that.) and I realized that it was some sort of shared towel or something because it was dirty. So he ...
After the 13.5 hour flight from Chicago to Narita, I didn't know exactly what to expect when seeing Japan for the first time. The buildings, roads and other structures around the Narita airport seemed familiar as Westerner standards go. However, when we landed and the plane was taxiing to its gate, all the workers outside looked the same. They were all so efficiently busy, I thought Godzilla or a Power Rangers monster could appear at any ...
... before 5 pm you can visit the museums or like we did sample some of the sake in the local breweries. In the restaurants that were open we tried the local dishes like buckwheat noodles and grilled meat in miso paste. So far no complaints about the food.We also went to a folk village where they actually have quite a good overview of all the typical houses that were used here in the region. It is a sort of an open air museum but nicely set up with ...