Atsugi City Hotel
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... and I spent quite a bit of time working out the flow of it, so now I'm not worried at all, Yay!
Came back to the hotel to catch up e-mail and have some dinner, I grabbed an "American Pizza" at the take-out restaurant downstairs ... not sure what is "American" about a pepperoni pizza but I guess that's exotic here ... LOL.
My family is due to arrive later this evening. Aunt ...
... Ed and I headed off to Shibuya to see the famous crossing and to walk it. It was insane. People everywhere. By the end of the day we would have used a fair proportion of the subway system. And walked it. It goes for kilometres underground and you have to walk every bit of it to get to the line you need. The Tokyo subway was not as bad as everyone makes it out to be. Not as crowded i.e. no one had to squeeze us in and easy to use. Certainly better sign posted than our train system. ...
... Tsubaya. Arguably the most famous knife store in that area is Kamata. I didn't leave with a knife from there, but get this: finger and toe nail clippers. They were pricey by nail clipper standards, but if those are the last ones I ever buy, it will be a worth while investment. I like quality products. I'd be rather annoyed if I lose those. Since they both were on the way back, I stopped off at a grocery store and the Space Hostel Tokyo ...
... The food was cooked to perfection, presented so beautifully and carefully. Steak appetizer, shrimp and scallops, salad, choice of vegetables, tenderloin steak, steamed rice and miso soup. Dessert: ice cream with a Happy Birthday sign and green tea. Cost of the meal: 15000 Yen per person, not including the alcohol, taxes, and gratuities. 10. We enjoyed talking and getting to know Reiko. She is a very pleasant, down-to-earth person with a good sense of humour. She has lived in ...
... in at 7000 tons. It is also taller than the Eiffel at 333m, with the Paris structure at 320m
We then had a stroll around Zojoji, one of the few remaining temples in Tokyo, it stands under the Toyko Tower in a lovely little park. It was nice to see something a little of the ancient Japan in this ultra modern city.
We went into the temple which had some lovely buddha statues, and is obviously still used ...