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... the restaurants only seat about 10 people, the queues don't move quickly. We settle on a buckwheat restaurant that seems to serve the workers. Fantastic noodles with seafood for breakfast. Very warming and delicious.
After breakfast we take a short walk to the remains of an Edo period castle called Hama-rikyu Gardens. This is a wonderful oasis in a busy part of the city with a lot of ...
As I write this, I am decked out in a kimono and watching sumo wrestling on the telly. I don't think it matters that I am washing my clothes and happened across the kimono in the wardrobe, or that the sumo was the first thing I came to when I flicked the telly on. I am still pretty sure these two things qualify me as pretty Japanese right now. At least Japanese-ish. And I have only one more day left in this crazy country! I ...
... for restaurant. If that would be 5 min later then 17:30 we would not get place to sit. Place as thousands in Tokyo. Under rail road, nothing that at first sight would grab your attention. Again grill, but this time nothing to do yourselves. There is window in front where you could watch perpetration and how all things are made. Service I would judge on 4 (1- terrible, 10 - awesome) but food 9. We decided to take dish called Yakitori. We took 5 different ...
... outside my family
... get down at the fourth stop. I did that and at the
next two legs of the subway journey too I tried the same trick and succeeded. In
the last leg I met Naomi who was waiting for the train and she spoke only two
English words: “Japanese” and “Good”. But she read the address of the hotel in
Japanese out of my booking receipt and helped me find the closest exit from the
subway station to the hotel and ...