Daiwa Roynet Hotel Tokyo-Osaki
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for Tokyo I feel it correctly shows my view of the day.
After making my way – soaking wet, remember? – to my next hotel and
having found it I am confronted by what can be best described to seem like the
sleazy kind of American motels you see in series and films.
I decided to stay in a capsule hotel for two nights, as it was extremely
cheap and the last two days had me burning through more money than I care to
... water, and then we bow 2 times, clap our hands 2 times, say a silent prayer and bow again. There seems to be ritual for everything sacred in Japan. Japan has 2 religions, Shinto and Buddhist. Although they are different religions, the majority of people in Japan practice both. Shinto is focused on the current and future and Buddhism is focused on the afterlife; so weddings are centered on Shinto and funerals are around Buddhism. ...
This morning after eating breakfast a few of us went on a trip around Nishi-Kasai to visit some shops. We made a stop at what we believe is a park and took advantage of photo ops, attempting to do yoga poses in front of a statue with Japanese characters. Who knows what it said, we could have been treading on sacred ground for all we knew.
We then went around and found a nice little bookstore, we went to a couple ...
Today we went to the Shibuya and Shinjuku shopping districts of Tokyo. Both are stations on the JR 'Yamanote' circuit, so we bought a 1-day pass and headed off. Shibuya is a vast shopping area with department stores and all manner of other shops mixed in. Given this is just one of numerous big shopping precincts in Tokyo, one wonders if everyone is busying shopping all they time what do they do to earn the dough to ...
... might've been. We've been so lucky with the opportunities we have experienced, we shouldn't dwell on the little negative moments.
Another smooth train ride, another tasty bento lunch and we arrive at Shinagawa station. Just down the road is Ryokan Sansuiso, our home for the night, and I mean home. It's actually much closer to resembling someone's house than any of the other places we've stayed at this trip. It's ...