Dormy Inn Suidobashi
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... br> restaurants and shopping. Our hotel room is probably around the same size as my old bedroom at home, except that there is a bathroom crammed into the room. The bed is called a "semi-double" aka a little bigger than a twin. The bathtub is oval shaped and tiny and the toilet has several different buttons. The coolest part of the hotel room is that you have to put your room key into this holder to turn on the ...
Day 12: Wednesday 26th November A half day sightseeing tour of Tokyo. In stark contrast to the natural tranquillity of Lake Kawaguchiko, Tokyo is the ultimate modern metropolis which nonetheless manages to maintain a unique blend of tradition alongside the technology. The hustle and bustle of business, the unashamed glitz of ...
... him quickly rise to become the Train Master.
Paul (Me): Along for the ride and cultural experience, with paper based instructions to get to all our accommodations, I was the Hostel Directions master, guiding us safely to our temporary homes.
Taxi Driver: Tried his best to get us to our hostel, with a trunk full of shopping and no understanding of English.
Touching down on Haneda airport at ...
... where we learned to make Japanese soup and sushi rice and sushi rolls. We then ate what we had made for lunch. It was great fun. Tonight we are going to have a calligraphy demonstration before our farewell dinner.
Japan has been very interesting and I have learned a lot about their culture. They believe that the student should always surpass the teacher. That is a sign of respect. They feel they ...
... bitter green tea(made from a tea powder).
Meandered through Tokyo taking in the sites and slowly getting a feel for this enormous city and yes friends it was time for lunch teppanyaki style washed down with some warm sake. Delicious!
A drive to the imperial Palace although could only see some gardens as the palace is only open twice a year, but lovely surrounds nonetheless then a cruise up the sumida river to nakamise with it's very ...