Dai-Ichi Tokyo Seafort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDai-Ichi Tokyo Seafort Shinagawa
The hotel was nice! The only problem I had was there was no room service available. I was told that it was closed.
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... seemed to be more in line with a playboy centrefold. All the shops have 3D models of these characters as well and in the arcades, the claw games don't give you the chance to win a cuddly toy like everywhere else, you win a model of a female manga character, in skimpy clothing and standing/laying in a seductive position. It's not just the men that love these! To be honest we think the ladies seemed to be showing these characters more attention. It doesn't feel quite right, ...
... part of the flight was that we landed a whole hour early! That is pretty stinking early if you ask me. We were relieved because we thought we would have to really rush to the train (last train from the airport was at 11:53).
We breezed through customs and passport control. We accidentally took out 30,000 yen instead of 3,000. Oops. The lady at the ticket machine helped us with actually buying the tickets with the crazy change they have going on. There seem to be ...
... you'd never expect to see. I think we spent about an hour and a half wandering around this store just looking at all the crazy things. Kelsey bought some socks, some hair accessories, a cell phone case and a Barbie day planner. Mike, of course, left empty handed.
Then it was time for dinner. A friend of Kelsey's from university had been living in Tokyo for a few months so we thought we would try to get together while we were there. We agreed to meet up ...
... delights that I have no
inkling at all what they were…… There was a whole smoked fish, rice, small
bucket again with soup, green tea. The whole thing was ‘interesting’ as
Bernadette would put it !!!!! (I surprised myself, just didn’t look to hard at
it and swallowed it. bx )(ps got the hang of chopsticks x x bx) ( I din’t..Allan)
The pack gave us a 3 day travel pass for all types of
transport around this area. A ...
... a shock at first.
Japanese food is another demonstration of restrained-intensity. At first I struggled to see the fuss about the bland food. Coming from Vietnam I was used to overt flavour and then a river of chilli sauce to boot! But with an open mind I came to find the subtlety of Japanese flavours every bit as intense as Vietnamese spices.
Here it is considered rude to eat or drink whilst walking or otherwise commuting. It ...