Dai-Ichi Hotel Tokyo
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... on with a few choice museums. Highlights of the day were the cherry blossom parks with people picnicking, Shinto temples, seeing a japanese wedding party, a fabulous tempura lunch and a boat ride along the river. We navigated ourselves home on the underground. Bought a few more cosy things in Uni Qlo, had dinner in Muji cafe, bought two cans of Japanese sparkling wine and collapsed in our room. One pleasant surprise is that it seems very cheap here - especially restaurant ...
... store clerk, they were also sold out. I then tried a couple of other stores around the area, all sold out! Feeling a little disheartened I searched through a few more of the towers around the area filled with all kinds of goodies including folk goods, jewellery, electronics and more. Not finding much more of interest I made my way back to the metro and back to Ueno station.
I decided to get off at Ueno instead of the closer station because it gave me a ...
... by another hoard, the shopping variety. Built up in front of the temple is a pedestrian shopping area set as in traditional Japanese market style. I duck out to a side street and encounter a Geisha house. But no ordinary Geisha house is this. It is full of male Geisha's. I guess if you are a Japanese Drag Queen why not emanate one of the most recognizable female characters of Japanese society?
After what feels like hours ...
... our Japanese breakfasts. The Salmon, tuna and Salmon roe from mine where delicious and very tasty with the rice and miso soup, the Sea urchin however was ok, but tasted of salt water, mixed with a strange jelly consistency. I decided it was not really for me after the 3rd mouthful and a tingling on my tongue, not wanting to take any chances i pushed the rest to the side. Kim enjoyed the 4 kinds of Tuna for the most part, but by the last slice of fresh uncooked tuna ...
... them, but when there are maybe a dozen seats but several dozen people milling about trying to see, it's more annoying than anything else, especially if you don't want to wait for a quarter of an hour so you can squeeze to the front.
The lighting was very interesting, cycling through colours and intensities, though I'm not sold on the red lighting, which came up quite a lot. It just made the fish look ...