Akashi Luminous Hotel
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... different from the normal Japanese bar setup. Firstly it's on street level and secondly he has used fold away doors allowing plenty of fresh air into the bar, a blessing given the amount of smoking that goes on inside them I can tell you! Ichi is darts mad so we played a few games on the electronic darts board with Sean showing some early promise as a darts professional. Quick pitstop at Mystery Trip on the way home for good measure and then it was time to call ...
... Foods store and being completely overwhelmed with the breadth of the products only this time it was magnified in both the amount of people and because everything was in Japanese. We spent a good hour in store just looking around and picking things for what was supposed to be a simple and quiet dinner in the hotel room. What we got was a different story - enough for at least 4 meals I think! After sampling a third of what we bought, we relaxed and then it was an early ...
... pass through the area per day!!! Back to hotel room, relaxed for a bit (4pm) then re-packed goodies and headed back out about 5pm for dinner and more shopping in massive department store. Same store as in Kyoto. I managed to buy a pair of Nike Air old school style like my very first pair i ever bought $129. Dinner on the 8th floor tried another meat rush restaurant but meals not the best,bit ...
... of the day, in the name of expediency, we decided to take a taxi back to Kyoto Station. Unbeknownst to us, we had a rather enterprising taxi driver who decided to take us on a bit of a tour. Luckily, David speaks enough Japanese to be able to converse with the driver and act as our interpreter (as in keep track of where we were). To his credit, the driver showed us a couple of impressive sights, one of which I have to look up so that we can go back and take a better look at. We ...
... from behind the bed move! We quickly made plans to go to 280 (a local Japanese restaurant) and made our journey down. Michelley thought it would be clever to tell me that at night Japanese people suddenly jump at you from behind fences and that it was nothing to worry about "it's just a cultural thing." She then rattled the fence and scared me. I thought for only a moment that a Japanese man had jumped up at us. Welcome ...
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