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Currently sitting on a Shinkansen (bullet train) whistling along from Tokyo to Nagano. Glimpses of Mt Fuji on the left and the snow capped central range growing ever closer on the right. We survived the flight ok, with Tilly wildly excited and loud when we boarded, and then crashed for at least 6 hrs sleep lying half on me. Andrew's research and ...
... Stimulation from everywhere on a tired mind is not very effective. I did get to get used to the trains a little bit, which is a big help. At night Patric Max Felix and asked me along to go and eat with them at a big mall, which was fun. The two little boys are adorable and they seem to like me too. A bit of a point of worry might be the fact that the both of them could be getting sick. Oh well, there is only so much I can ...
... I proceeded to explore the shops in Tokyo that were still open at 9:45 at night. Apparently, unlike New York, the people of Tokyo do sleep. This meant that most of the store available to me were 7-Elevens, Family Marts, and Ramen shops. Nevertheless, I was able to find a coffee shop called Cafe Veloce, where I picked up an iced green tea latte and a Japanese pastry. This was the first moment when I realized that Japanese people have different ...
... quickly and were asleep in no time.
Today was Zoo day! And we started off the day at a cool little coffee shop where they make the coffee using a strange method of reverse percolation…we had mastered the subway by now and caught the train all the way to Ueno and ultimately found the zoo with no problems at all! We had a great time wandering around and saw cool animals such as Giant pandas, Armadillos, Anteaters, Rhino’s, Hippos, Toucans ...
... phone plan charts had our heads in a spin. Too much choice is definitely a bad thing.
What is with those English language headings on signboards which contain only Japanese text? Why would one put up a large sign saying "Real Estate Gallery" when all the information in it are in Japanese only? We saw this often in city and park maps all over the city.
All the streets in Japan look washed and fresh painted. Not a piece of litter anywhere. This can't come ...
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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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