Atsugi City Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Japan. Girls in cosplay attire,shops dedicated to trade cards like Magic the Gathering and Yu-Gi-Oh (yes, its still hot news here) and huge arcade halls. At the SEGA City arcade hall with eight floors Olli and I took a spin at a fighting game. Quite surprisingly I won the first match with 3-0 against a man that claims to come to this place every single day, but the next round he punished me with a 0-3 victory on his side.
The next ...
... a level on a Mario Bros game expecting the waiter to bring me a prize for breaking the high score!! I felt the same way at the train stations as they play similar arcade tunes. Better get in the carriage before time runs out or you'll miss your bonus points!
Diet - I always thought Japanese were skinny because of their diet of fish, lean meat and rice, but I now know it is because of how much they walk between ...
... and duck but then Joel also ordered chicken skin, heart and gizzard. It was a perfect appetizer. Next we went and had seasoned grilled beef on a bowl of rice. Perfect filling food to end the day. Both meals were delicious and didn't even spend too much. More adventuring tomorrow! Now to chill a little and watch some tv on the iPad and knit before ...
... we headed back to Shinjuku (the place we went on our first night in Tokyo) for dinner. Jackie wanted to try a place that was in a basement along a back alley....sure! What's the worst that can happen? A man greeted us at the door and took us down the steep stairs into a tiny restaurant in a basement......and it was amazing....as usual in Tokyo. We had some great food and drinks before heading home for bed. On Wednesday morning we relaxed a bit in the ...
... and rice cooker. I felt quite surprised to find out that all appliances of Japanese brands sold in Japan are 'made in Japan'!! This is quite interesting! I didn't know this before I came here.
It's hot as expected, but the hilly terrain in Tokyo was not. I thought it'd be more plain, but it turns out that there are many hills and clines/saka坂 in Tokyo. Walking much is normal, up and down the hills.