Akasaka Yoko Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAkasaka Yoko Hotel Minato
We enjoyed this location. The room was very small but no smaller than expected. The staff was very friendly and obliging. Once I bought English tea to make with the kettle in the room we had everything we needed. The view from the window was disappointing.
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... fish auction is to happen. We are instructed to stay quiet, not raise hands and remain in the indicated zone. The frozen tuna fish are laid on the ground and the buyers are inspecting the tuna quality through specific cuts at the tail. Interesting to see how methodical the men check the quality using a flash light and the fish hook to move the tail/fish into the position.
We have aas well some Japanese in the group, ...
It didn't take me long to realize that I was Jed Clampett arriving in Beverly Hills for the first time. I've been to a few cities, don't get me wrong, but a city of 35 million people packed into a tiny, limited space is an altogether new experience. I tried my hardest to be cool, to be sophisticated, to be undaunted by all around me...but I failed miserably, ...
... a pretty lake in the centre of town and had a nice brisk walk around the sadly still budding trees.
The next morning we awoke early as we wanted to check out the craziness that is Tsukiji Fish market. This is the biggest fish markets in the world with all manner of sea creatures for sale. We arrived early in the rain and decided to get in line with all the locals and tourists alike for some of the breakfast delicacies that are trademarks of Japan. We found ...
... across town and found a spot to eat lunch. Our table had a grill in the middle and the meat was brought out for us to cook ourselves. Yuki took care of this part. She also asked the waiter what he had brought us as an appetizer, which come to find out was raw horse meat. Yuki had some trepidations about such meat because she said it can make you sick. She didn't eat it for some time but was reassured by the waiter that of course their horse meat would not make her sick. Dad ...
... Translation so I opted for an early and quick dinner, Japanese style. I found a place called Kamukura serving mainly noodle soup amongst other things, and you place your order on a ticket machine outside then hand the ticket to the waiter when you're in the restaurant. It took a couple of attempts to get in there cos a guy started talking to me on first attempt and wanted to come for dinner with me so I had to shake him off first ...