Atsugi Urban Hotel
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... br> It was another very hot day (36C) after yesterday and I think I was showing some wear and tear by the end of today.
Phil - I remember back in the 70's seeing a robot on TV. I am sure it was the first version of Asimo, so the chance to see him (her?) live could not be missed. It was really good seeing him jump and run, but as we have progressed with technology, you just expect this type of thing now. No surprises when something new is invented, we are just blasť. Pity.
... clubs; eating, bonding, working.
It's always best to have a native to explain the unfathomable. Chizuru was a 28-year-old international student, beautifully dressed like almost every Japanese woman in the street and proud of her city. She confirmed that the gaggles of men in the ubiquitous white shirts and black trousers were corporate teams that spend much of their time together, working as much as 16 hours-a-day, rarely seeing their families. The smart dress ...
... different location then where you are. After downloading the app online we are watching a Netflix movie called the Flowers of War with Christian Bale- it is a beautiful story about the Rape of Nanjing. It was devastating and I cried so very hard. I couldn’t go to bed with that topic on my mind so we decided to watch one episode of Marco Polo the new Netflix series- its pretty good. This might be our thing for the Tokyo nights we have left. ...
... given cheese and a raw egg yoke to put on it. Those were honestly the best ones, the raw yoke mixed in to the pancake and all the rest of it was so good.
Aftersupper we went to a gaming building. 7 floors of games, arcade, billiards, pool, and of course, ping pong. We played for a while, it wasa lot of fun, but ******* the head after a while. People take their gaming serious here, some where sweating from those dance games, and
other had pretty much set up house. ...
... Last, we night after settling in we decided to go out for dinner and my only request was that I must get sushi. We thought this would be easy given that we are in japan and all. No. First we looked at about 15 restaurants only to have none of them serve sushi. We eventually found a cute restaurant which had a specialty of eel. Since the menu was in Japanese, we ...