Centurion Hotel Residential Akasaka
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... km test track, they get up to top speed of 500km/hr for about 7 secs.
There were some excellent models showing how Maglevs work the levitation and propulsion, what was not made clear was how the superconducting magnets on board the train were powered. The trains runs on rubber tyres till about 30km/hr which retract when it levitates to about 15cm as it speeds up. The propulsion magnets are built into the side walls of the track
Next day was a trip to ...
... the plates very gently and during one of the courses a stew was prepared in front of our noses. It was well worth it, definitely when considering it costed as much as a visit to a regular restaurant in the Netherlands.
The next stop involved breaking the common etiquette, going to the Park Hyatt Hotel Sky Bar to view the Tokyo skyline. We entered the luxurious hotel with our standard shorts and tourist outfit hoping that ...
... him to prevent him from doing something stupid (like confronting the local lord while being wasted?) The lord is pretty nice and lets him sleep it off at his place. That's roughly the story.
Afterwards, we quickly grabbed some cold drinks and snacks at a convenience store and headed to the nearest park for a seat in the shade. The theater was near the high-end shopping district of Ginza (which means silver) so we did some window shopping and ...
... around the old imperial palace, and the girls worked on a little homework.That night, we went out for dinner at a wonderful Hakkiodo restaurant on the 46th floor of a downtown skyscraper with an old friend of Doug's from university.
The weather the first day was glorious: sunny and 18 degrees. Day two in Tokyo was a little colder, with a bit of snow falling in the afternoon! This was not unwelcome, though, as we have missed winter so far ...
... of the size. You wouldn't want a big family living in Tokyo. At least we have 2 bedrooms and proper beds to sleep on. Took a bit of negotiations to decide who was to share a bed but in the end they were all so tired it was sort lived. Tiny kitchen nook, separate shower and toilet and a table tucked into another nook and that's it. Steve Decided to head out at 1030 to find ...