City Hotel Lonestar
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Very relaxed and disorganized day. Slept in until 1000, as we were exhausted after the flight and first day adventure adventure around Tokyo.
Had breakfast in the hotel room, that was purchased from the local convenience store, corn flakes with dried fruits, part of the fun travelling to different countries is trying the different flavors of snacks, lollies, drinks and food we can't get back home J
Planned to go to the ghibli museum, but ...
... When we got off the train we just walked round the corner and there was the Meiji Shrine. The entrance to it was quite amazing with this big wooden gate thing. We walked through it and it was quite high. We got to the temple kind of thing and when we were there a wedding was going on. They were walking round in two straight lines led by 2 priests with black clunky shoes. Holly was quite interested me not so much. We ...
... was on the 8th floor of one of these buildings and we sat by the window staring at the view. Beneath us we could see a street with trees all covered with twinkly lights, across were all the other high rises, and I could see one little place on the 12th floor of one building, which was just a little floor and it was a flower shop. Crazy! After a lovely meal, we walked around the area and then went back to our hotel ready for our last day of the ...
Summary: Orderly Clean Up kept Stern Silence Electronics Rules Structured Respectful Women cover up most of their skin, even when exercising to keep there skin fair. Nails done. High heels. Pantyhose. Men. Button down. Ties. Dress pants and shoes. Then the everyday people ( non business workers) ...
... of things you wouldn't normally see outside a costume store. It was so bizarre, but everywhere we looked there was something different. The fashion was something we noticed as being a major difference between Japanese and Korean cultures. In Korea, most young people spend a great deal of time and money to make sure they look perfect. Whether it is plastic surgery or sporting the latest runway designs, Korean women especially are always dressed to the nines. When ...