Chisun Hotel Hamamatsucho
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... angry or annoyed with the crowd, traffic, queues... Here is a very considerate society. The shops have touts outside, usually girls, who call out in a lyrical manner, coaxing members of the stream of sightseers who pass by, trying to lure them into their shop. Psirens for socks, trinkets, hats and ...
Dan is heading back to Canada today. Unfortunately, today is the only day that offered a direct flight from Tokyo to Calgary for the week =(. Since Dan planned to pack in the morning, I went out to explore before coming back to say bye.
I went to visit the Tokyo Municipality building. It is a large office building that offers a free lift up to a floor where visitors can see a panoramic view of Tokyo. I tried to go early in the ...
Why Godzilla Redux you say? Ahh...because we tore up Tokyo today. Matt and I conquered the subway and rail system today like champs. With our jet lag so much better, we went on a 10 hour odyssey that took us from areas representing traditional Japanese culture and faith to the modern world of manga and anime.
Up early, a curse of jet lag (I am writing this at 5:00 am Tokyo time), we set off to figure out our first subway ride. The subway system here ...
... and like bad vodka, but I'll try it again somewhere else as I'm sure different qualities. The beer on the other hand is more to my liking! It was a good fun day and night with good friends but would've been much better with different weather. Although it was fun for my first real snow experience. And this is just the beginning!
Random Tokyo Observations:
- Strange ATM experience, third attempt. Big machines with so many options ...
... humanity that covers the road when the green man appears, people cross from pretty much every direction while enormous screens hawk wares at you fron the department stores around the crossing. I guess the closest analogue in the UK would be Oxford Circus, but this place beats it hands down for the shear volume of people on the move!
After that i headed off to see another landmark in Tokyo, the Tokyo Tower. The Tower is 333 metres high and when you're standing ...