Daiwa Roynet Hotel Tokyo-Osaki
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... of laughs. Laughter is the universal language. It breaks down all barriers.
I was looking forward to Electric Town, and it did not disappoint me.What a crazy place. Thousand of nerds all in one spot. Funny, they are probably the ones that will be rich and successful in the future.
The gambling place was an eye opener. The noise was incredible. I had seen this on the movies, but in real life, there will be players who will lose their hearing over time.
... We succumbed and savoured the gooey ice-cream delight whilst trying to avoid the crowds of tourists and Japanese schoolgirls.
After exiting the teen turmoil, we successfully navigated the ticket machine, hopped on the train and alighted at Shibuya. There again the crowds momentarily disoriented us but tourists at a vast window signified our arrival at this famous sight. Here the traffic is crazy - chaotic with mayhem and madness - including a mini-skirted ...
... because everyone else set their alarms to 4am, this is your heaven.
THE CAPSULE HAD THE WORST PILLOW I'VE EVER EXPERIENCED IN MY HEAD ON PILLOW LIFE! It was basically a brick.
Luckily, I was exhausted from the flight, customs, walking and batting, so I actually slept really well. Hooray me!
And there is a really extensive summary of Day #1. Join me as I get bored of writing this and skim through days 2 - 18! Or don't. The power... is ...
... editor to guide me through the hottest stores in downtown Tokyo, and I was smitten, and she declined to have dinner with me.
And I met and laughed and climbed with a group of Japanese salarymen at my favorite bouldering gym in Akihabara, and had drinks with a Swedish PhD student from Todai afterward.
I commit this past week's life lived into record, here, so that an incredulous office worker in Seattle will remember what the heart has wanted for such a very long ...
... was described as a dangerous area to us, but it is lively and fun, while the recent Roppongi Hills complex is impressive and full of museums, shops and galleries. We climb to its top, Mori Tower, and admire Tokyo by night from the sky! Later in the evening, we travel further west for dinner, to the suburban area of Ebisu, known for its many Izakayas. Izakayas can be described as Japan's answer to tapas bars and pubs, casual drinking establishments that also serve a ...