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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... to us "Hello" and giggle like crazy when we said hello back. The other animal I was really excited to see was a Slow Loris. Of course it was in a dark house and we couldn't use flash photography so there were no pictures of it but it was so cute. Unfortunately during this trip I managed to screw up both of my ankles so the museum trip did not happen and I had to limp back to the hotel. Andrew & I took a nap which ended up longer than we thought then he went out to check ...
... is a big and complex city made up of many little districts, all of which offer something different…
Ginza is one of the main top-end shopping areas and is home not only to the Sony building and the Apple store, but also to the Japanese institution that is the ‘Wako’ department store. Walk around the wide streets of Ginza for an hour or so, taking in the nearby Imperial Palace, and it is easy to understand why the area is often referred to as the ...
... just like the lightsabres - who wouldn't?
We go for a stroll to the shopping district of Tokyo but again, are much more interested in the food. We brave ordering some tempura by holding up our fingers and pointing at the menu, and hooray, they bring what we want and it is DELICIOUS! The lightest tempura we've ever had, and also, what we thought were chilli's (Michael is taste tester) are actually okra, yum yum. Also, we manage to eat it with chopsticks, even the ...
... good. Making a trip is good (yes, I confirm). Marriage and employment are both good (???)"
Went to Shinjuku area after that - Shinjuku is in the West of Tokyo and is a bizarre combo of huge modern skyrises mostly for the administration (eg Tokyo Metropolitan Government towers), offices, pachinko parlors, shopping malls, very noisy shopping streets and somewhere there's also a red light district (I stayed clear of that, it is ...
... how to get to it as well as I thought. It didn't help that we came out of the station at a weird exit inside of a mall. We found the Cafe eventually, but we ended-up doing a little extra wandering. The plus side of this was we passed a small festival parade carrying a mikoshi, so my parents got to see that.
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