Comfort Hotel Tokyo Kiyosumi Shirakawa
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- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... some street food in the form of Ramen (noodles in broth with pork and spring onions). Ordering street food in Japan was a new experience for us, as not only is everything in Japanese, but you also have to order from something akin to a vending machine (thankfully with pictures of the dishes). Once selected you receive a receipt for your order and then take a seat to wait for your food. After dinner, we took a stroll through the red light district, where there is something for all tastes ...
... trees that suits to home a statue. With the help of our rented Wi-Fi router and Google map, we located the position of the statue and walked ourselves toward that direction. Ha! It's behind a designated smoking area which is circled by high fence. And there, Hachiko is sitting in alert and patiently waiting! We love dog because of our first and last Rottweiler. Kain lived with us for more than 13 years. He died less than eight months ago. Whenever I think of ...
... we shared with Zizi who was in a cage. Masa said Zizi snores sometimes so we will see! Day 95 Zizi did make some funny noises in the night. In the morning, we took Zizi for a walk and Masa showed us to a local laundry so we could do some washing. The lady there was really sweet. Then we all went to Ikebukuro which is the nearest big area of Tokyo. We had our first udon noodles here in one of the noodle bars. It was so cheap and most people were businessmen. There was a ...
... We said goodnight to each other and immediately went to sleep because we had to get up fairly early the next day to do our kimono fittings and tea ceremony. The next morning we woke up at 8:00 a.m. with the alarms that we set on our phones. It was very hard to wake up Taylor, but after some coaxing and a little force I got her to wake up. Once we were both ready we meet up with Galila and Andrea and headed downstairs to one of their many restaurants in the hotel ...
... free to enter but sometimes you have to make a booking to enter really early in the morning, but because I came later in the day I didn't have to. The Markets would be great for a school group purely to get a grasp of how fish is distributed around Japan and also learning how to capture and look after future fish stocks.
After grabbing a bite to eat at one of the local take away shops nearby, I ...