Centurion Hotel Residential Akasaka
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Well what can I say, Disneyland no matter where in the world is going to be a fun day! The park opened at 10am, so I wanted to make sure we had ample time at the park to go on all the rides, meet any characters that were strolling about, and to see the shows and parades.
We got there just after opening, haha not like Universal when we were there before opening and had the glorious opportunity to hear the lady yell into the crowd “Universal Studios is now ...
... that the key to surviving Tokyo, and likely, all of Japan, is learning the protocols, procedures, and practices. Here, you play the game by their rules, you don't make waves. Everything is done a certain way, and only that way. You don't cross against the light, always docile, you follow the crowd. Convention reigns. Anything else, people don't know how to handle it. We had some funny examples of this happen to us. Example: ...
Last full day in Japan. To prepare for today's outing, we had watched the movie 47 Ronin last night at the hotel. The story of the 47 Ronin is famous in Japan as an example of loyalty and devotion. These ronin (master less samurai) avenged their lords death, even while knowing that doing so would carry the punishment of death. We set out towards Sengaku-ji, the Zen Buddhist Temple where they are buried. This small temple is nestled ...
... shopping through.
It didn't look like Ginza would have many interesting food options but we stumbled across a Sapporo beer hall. I thought it would be really different to check this out and it was like a German beer hall serving Japanese beer. It was really cool and I enjoyed it a lot.
What a long day of walking and my feet were really feeling it of two full days of walking.
Saturday, 26 April 2014
Today we ...
... Tokyo Dome