Chisun Inn Kamata
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1) Smoking. You have to request non-smoking at restaurants. You can smoke on the train...in several cars. What decade is it??
2) Geishas and people pretending to be geishas.
3) Groups of schoolgirls and people pretending to be schoolgirls.
3) Peace sign while taking photos.
4) Unifoms. Everyone looks so official, no matter what the job.
5) Bidets. Even public washrooms have them. So weird. ...
... by that mindset.
Additionally, the culture is very much tied to nature. Instead of mindlessly chopping down trees to clear land for new buildings, they minimally intrude upon the natural environment in order to live with nature. Trees, plants, and even the sun are sacred to them; they live in harmony with their surroundings here, and do everything they can to preserve its natural beauty. Gardens are commonplace, ...
... start of the Edo dynasty. Original armour,maps and a kind of painted "bateaux tapestry" on scrolls which were works of art in their own right apart from their depicting the battle itself were fascinating. The best bit was the giant golden battle fan,far more impressive than our western flags of the time.We enjoyed a pasta meal with a glass of wine,the first since Sri Lanka,in the museum cafe before going to see our original destination, Hokusai dori,a street where the painter ...
... to name a few. After several hours examining all kinds of strange devices we returned to our hotel to search for a dinner spot. We decided to explore the business district of Ginza as it was said to have lots of fabulous eateries. Walking among the restaurant lined streets we were actually surprised to see how many international dinning options were available. What we were really craving was sushi. After some searching we were able 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 ...