Comfort Hotel Yokohama Kannai
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... Completely wrong. There were absolutely hudreds, possibly thousands, of these things and the whole thing had an incredible feel as it climbed through a forest which - aside from countless tourists - felt miles away from civilisation despite being only a short ride from the city. There were also a number of other shrines scattered around the several kilometre walk up through the forest and hundreds of fox statues of various ...
... It was really neat to see....worth getting up so early for sure. It was 6:30 and we've been up for nearly. 4 hours....gonna be a long day...for breakfast we had a bowl of rice and the best tuna sashimi ever, not the usual Cheerios. After our sushi "breakfast" we headed back to the hotel to shower and nap. After that we went to the old center of Tokyo, to check out the area called Asakusa and a Buddhist temple called Senso-ji. This is Tokyo's oldest temple and ...
... It was beautiful to see all these little homes and the way of life in Japan. It is a city based suburbia that's like no other.
Finally arriving at the business district, we found Yokohama Landmark Tower. The building was the largest and most notable thing in the entire city. A huge structure that even standing below it was enough to be in awe without ever having to go up to the observation deck. We decided to avoid the observation deck because by ...
... the sole purpose of knocking you over (and maybe delivering a bit of fish as well). And other men grabbing fish out of tanks and chopping their heads off while they're still wriggling. Actually, maybe you shouldn't imagine that bit. But it was very interesting! We wandered round for a while, then headed up to Ginza at about 8:30. Ginza is a big shopping street and it looks really cool, but unfortunately the shops don't open til 11 so we just window shopped. Kev got very ...
We all know how much we love the Tokyo Tower. But I will process all the photos of the tower later. Since it is probably going to look like a repetition of all my old photos, so I am thinking of doing a collage with it (but MUCH LATER).
Meanwhile, enjoy watching others watch the sun set in Tokyo. ...