Centurion Hotel Residential Akasaka
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... direction. The giant oak trees were bigger than I've ever seen anywhere. The foliage is sub-tropical - many varieties of plants and flowers. My camera was very busy (gave me an excuse to stop and catch my breath lol). Along the way up we visited a cluster of temples, each a set of many stairs to reach the next! and a monkey park that made for some interesting photos. The attached photos are from my phone. A view from the ...
... town" and explored floor upon floor upon floor of everything electrical you could imagine. After waking at 5.30 we were yawning and so headed home for a nap before dinner.
We met the beautiful Yoko (friend of Lacey's) and her colleague and they took us to a nice restaurant followed by a drink at very posh hotel. What lovely people!! It is very cool to talk more with lovely Japanese people. They are kind and generous and dignified, polite, friendly, ...
... to see all the different Pokemon products. I wish there had been actual poke-balls for purchase but I got some smaller things instead. We went into a Sega arcad and found a photo booth that makes you look like an alien or something. Joe's face in every picture was so perfectly hilarious. We got back to the hotel just in time before we all headed to the Tokyo Dome for a Giants baseball game! The train rides around rush hour are by far the most hilariously ...
... After breakfast it was still only 08:45 and the Tskuiji market didn't open to tourists until 9am, so we milled about for a bit in the outer market, taking in the dried fish stalls, before heading into the inner market, where the action happens. It was mayhem, a labyrinth of skinny passages, with motorised trollies nipping about at break neck speeds. These trollies would demand your attention so much that you would step into one side to avoid getting hit, only ...
... go to the most famous square in Tokyo. The one you see on all the films, and all the pictures. The one that is supposed to be totally crazy and you just stand there with your hand over your mouth in disbelief and take in all the Japanese-ness you could ever hope to behold. It was busy-ish but not anything like we'd been led to believe. Darkness came and it looked just like the pictures, and then rain came and we were the only people without a brolly in a sea of eye ...