Chisun Hotel Shinagawa West
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TravelPod Member ReviewsChisun Hotel Shinagawa West
Room in this hotel was ok... Although very noisy!! Woken a lot by other people in the hotel which sounded like slamming doors!
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... 5-tiered pagoda that was destroyed in WWII, but It has been restored since.
I saw the Asakusa Shrine. It was built in 1649 and is work of art. It was a busy day and time to once again utilize the train system back to central Tokyo.
I am not sure if I have mentioned it yet, but the doors open to public places by touching the handle. They almost always slide open. They don't just automatically open when you approach like in the States.
... selling everything that lives in the sea (still alive), prawns, shrimps, squid, octopus. Even a massive tuna head. We first went to a standing sushi bar which are apparently the best kind but as it was too busy we went to a seated one with the good ol conveyor belt watching all the delicious food float past you. Koichi knew the score though and we didn’t have to watch too many pass us as he kept picking off some fishy delights some quite unusual (to us) and ...
... same, just with different crowds. This one would have to be the best.
In the US I just spent my time gauking at the amount of food people were eating. I can’t imagine that Paris Disneyland would be anywhere near as fun. The French are way too serious but all of the Euros visiting might make it interesting.
Note to anyone contemplating a visit. Get there when it opens. Run around and get fast passes to every ride and then go ...
... dark hallways and choose doors (only one of which is the correct one). Along the way random things will jump out and lights will go on and off in a very eerie manner. We got dragged to our table (which was in the cave-like hallway section), and we ordered some themed drinks, consisting of a test tube rack full of test tubes with various bright coloured liquids in, and a jug of milk. The idea is to mix your own drinks, which we enjoyed doing quite a bit! We then each ordered ...
Hello It has been a few days since my last post. (will add pictures later internet is slow at airport)
Our first stop the Tsukiji Fish Market. It is known for being the the biggest wholesale fish and seafood market in the world. Upon hearing that we were going here I was skeptical because I have been to Pike Place plenty of times. How wrong I was when we finally arrived. There was an endless amount of shops ...