City Hotel Hiroki
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... go to the electronics district so jumped in a taxi not realising it was Monday night and when we got there it was all closed, so back to the hotel we went, luckily the fare was only 30000 yen. We are a little tired tonight. It's hard when I want to add photos because I take some with my phone & Rob takes them with his camera, I think I have the photo but Rob has taken it. Hope that makes sense, I'm a bit ...
... br> We were the only people in the bar for a while until a lone Japanese lady arrived followed by a male foreigner. The atmosphere in the bar was great so we stayed and ordered another refreshment. I got the dark Kirin which was delicious and reminded me of the beers I had in Belgium and then Darren ordered the potatoes, which he thought would be a tornado, but it was a bowl of hokkaido potato wedges. We got one more beer each before leaving the bar and heading back to the area ...
... Our favourite sushiplace had it served for ¥350. According to tradition, eat the whole roll with your eyes closed, silent all the way through, facing the direction wich is the "lucky direction" of the year in question (unfourtunately the wikipedia site didn't specify wich direction that was. Thank god for Robert and his compass!). Right. That's it. We are now officially assimilated to the japanese society. No one can tell we're ...
... an all time favourite drink, filled with saline. Its the equivalent of a non alcoholic dirty martini. Bliss!
Icecream, chocolate and the occasional pair of stockings are to be had, if the desire prevails.
Elements of Japan that I thought were mythical, introduced themselves as true.
The sushi train is a standard, a serpentine automation of the freshest seafood, available. Wasabi smeared rice on different coloured plates. Noted was how refined the use of ...
... area. This area is know for all the weird people that dress up like little kids. In one of the streets I saw grown-ups dressing like dolls, action figures etc. And it wasn't for a purpose - they just run around like this... well weird!
After a quick Noodle-lunch (quick because the restaurant only had 20 seats and about 40 people queued up) I walked around a bit more in one of the traditional Japanese ...