Atsugi Urban Hotel
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... br> Nothing is easy in a foreign country yet the Japanese welcome you in a manner I've not seen prior.
My newly aquainted Japanese flight companion wrote a tomb on places for us to visit, then proceeded to ensure we were escorted almost entirely to our hotel.
Fortunate were we, to have his insight in to the subway and JR system, a myriad of separate companies running a service that intigrates Tokyo city with bullet trains, limited express, metro lines ...
... tickets were impossible to obtain. I did however have a back-up plan.
Earlier this year I saw a documentary on NHK World about the Alice Project, four idol groups all run by the same agency who perform at their own venue in Akihabara. It looked fascinating and worth checking out if AKB48 didn’t pan out. And so on the Friday evening I went along to the PARMS Theater, situated on the 6th floor of a bar and restaurant ...
... more...we headed down to Shibuya and Shinjuku.
This area is more like the Tokyo you can imagine - super busy, loud, congested, bright lights... we had a look at a few stores in the area, like a huge bookstore, some of the huge department stores (which are seriously expensive - David Jones in comparison is relatively cheap) and then went back to Harajuku for the promised crepes.. These are the ones we posted photos of a few days ago. Can't believe we ...
... eating there when we first saw it. When we got back to the restaurant it had gone from empty, when the Australians left, to having only two empty seats, just for us. The restaurant only sat about 12 people. I opted for a basic salmon and tuna dish. While at the auction I had overheard an American telling a New Zealander that there were usually three grades of tuna on most menus. Based on the price I paid (¥1500) I got the cheapest one. It was ...
Above the clouds, every morning seems beautiful. Predictions were that Tokyo would be rainy when I landed. I did not sleep particularly much. It was more along the lines of 20 very short naps but I suppose I feel reasonably rested albeit slightly stiff. While trying to find the office to get my JR Pass and mobile Sim, a cute little lady and an older man, who were volunteering to help people at the airport, helped me ...