City Hotel Lonestar
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... I sampled some fresh sushi. I'm still unconvinced by the taste, but the experience and atmosphere was fantastic. Enough to make me want to give it plenty more opportunities to change my mind! A long day, walking a considerable distance. (No such efforts to do any maths and work anything out this time). Tokyo has surprised us and matched our expectation, an impressive feat. Sushi had to be the highlight, even if I did have to grab some custard filled pancakes on the way ...
Before we arrived in Japan, we did a fair amount of research and we also met a few travelers that gave us some useful tips about the country. Some of the tips were great, with hindsight, the comment that sticks in our mind most, was meeting a German lawyer who said that "every thing you experience in Japan, is actually so much better than the country it originated from". From our short stay would have to agree with him, and ...
... tall men (Micko is 6 foot 6) I am starting to feel like a giant again back in Tokyo. The other thing I had a chuckle at was the common room, which seemed to be full of men dressed in exactly the same blue bath robe (the male version of the pink female pyjama outfits, I assume, or else some fashion faux pas on a huge scale!). These men were sitting around watching TV, and I couldn't help but note that the volume was extremely loud, contrasting sharply with the strict enforcement ...
... you had to pre purchase tickets, and when we found the convenience store that has the ticket machine, (like Ticket-tek, but at a 7-11) we again found a very helpful clerk who walked us through the process. Sadly the tickets were sold out until Friday, 4pm which we purchased.
As an alternative plan we headed into Shinjuku shopping precinct and looked at disc union, that had three outlets, one 3, 6 and 7 stories high, that had an amazing range ...
... was quick and easy.... Kyra the goalie from my team was on the same flight so we meandered out of customs and then we were interviewed by a Japanese TV station. We explained Broomball to them and were quite obviously not seasoned athletes that get interviewed all the time. He did ask if we were confident and I used one of my newly learned Japanese words.... Ichiban!! Getting the train was very easy, follow the signs and got a ...