Club Inn Ogikubo
Travel Blogs from Suginami
... There was noise all around and lots of odours from the fish stalls! We had a quick lunch in one of the restaurants (sashimi on rice). We then strolled through some more residential streets in Ueno (finding a little temple along the way), until we reached Kappabashi Dogugai. This street is specialised in shops supplying the restaurant business: shops specialising in knifes, chinaware, lacquer ware, plastic samples displayed ...
... gorge ourselves. I would have been quite happy to buy up the whole store & sit eating all day. We stumbled into the fresh fruit section, as well, and found Japan's famously expensive fruit awaiting us. The most expensive thing that we saw was a rock melon, costing around £60 each. Needless to say, we did not purchase anything from here. We navigated our way down to the basement and found the food court that we were after. We each indulged in some dumplings before heading to ...
... the main street but if you venture in to the side and back streets, it's really quaint and has a chilled vibe.
Back on the last train of our day bound for home. We stopped at our local for a quick Katsudon before attempting to pack our bags in readiness for our departure tomorrow.
Both of us forgot to put on the pedometer so no idea how many steps but my feet are feeling like it was more than ...
... and one in Germany and was name the Axes of Evil which was the directors little joke. It took the man 6 months to get them working together properly and he was honoured by the boss as a result. He talked about how he was a licensed projectionist in the time when the film was highly flammable and you’d need a special license to operate it and had many a story to tell. What a cool guy! Absolutely loved him! You just have to love the people like him who are ...
... get your puppy a puppychino and a sausage)- very strange. Many of the areas which have dog cafes also have shops which specialise in pet grooming. Here, the animal is treated like royalty, with shampoos, conditioners, blow driers and they can even have perms, colours or get their nails done. There also doggie boutiques where you can buy the latest fashion and jewellery for your pooch.
There’s nothing quite like seeing a green and pink poodle being pushed around in ...
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