Dai-Ichi Tokyo Seafort
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... the ring,. He bought his hands up into fists, dancing on his tip toes, circling his prey and biding his time.
Smack. A fist flew into the guilty mans jaw. His head snapped back, and he stumbled into the wall. I gasped and half stood up in protest. The hit man recovered himself in a matter of seconds. but far from retaliating he straightened himself up and gave a small bow. I couldn't believe what was going on.
The waiter smiled amicably, ...
... See pics, this totally blew away any impression we had of the quiet, reserved japanese! it was more like a british music festival except the japs provided their own music through the art of karaoke - it was a truly weird and funny experience.
After a couple of hoursre we set off for the famous Shibuya district and crossing, on the way there we found some sort of car show, its difficult to know what ...
... my hotel and a woman who spoke very little english brought me to the hotel. on our way she told me that she is a waitress but dreams of owning her own cafe in tokyo and wishes to marry a foreigner because Japanese men are not creative but I think she wanted to say close minded. she also said that she is reading about classical paintings and wants to go to florence to see them.its strange to listen to an stranger talking about her dreams. Ill talk to an strangers about my dreams ...
... at the subway station) we decided the night was a bust. Luckily while we were waiting for the train to show we met 2 people who spoke English! And they were heading to the same area as us to go to a bar closer to home. We ended up getting to join them at a Japanese pub. It was still a tight fit, but one of them was an interpreter so we got to meet quite a few people there. It ended up being a lot of fun and the best part was ...
Tokyo, is busy, suprisingly not very loud, lights everywhere, expensive to do anything you can think of, and covered with business guys walking around in black suits.
I got to stay with Eric for a week which was pretty sweet. It was fun have a dinner with Eric and Elika and Emi and Emi's husband a year after leaving San Fran, and everyone is in Tokyo. Good stuff.
At the moment I'm a bit hungry and need food, will have to write about Tokyo at another ...
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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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