Hotel Matsumotoya 1725
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... to my hotel.
To my tiny hotel. Very clean, all amenities accounted for, but there really is only room for the bed in here.
After a shower and change of clothes I grab my Lonely Planet guide to find a nice place to eat nearby.
I make my way outside, navigate around with an offline map on my phone and find a tiny place in a tiny alley where I barely fit at the tiny bar. The ramen tastes ridiculously good, excellent ramen made my ...
... order the meal was supposed to be consumed in as I worked from a left to right manner. I finished the meal with a basket of Tempura, consisting of eggplant, shrimp and greens (from memory, I think more Brussel sprouts). The condiments - soy and ginger - were placed in two plates below the tempura to use as liberally as I pleased. Overall, I felt overwhelmed by the presentation and effort taken for this meal – I said to Nobuku "I don’t think I deserve this meal!".
... a Abercrombie (més d’una hora de cua per pagar) i a Svarovski, on l’Elena i l’Ariana van quedar encantades amb tanta brillantor.
D’allà vam anar als jardins del Palau Imperial, on semblava que facin la manicura als arbrers. L’herba, tota perfecte. Quan ja no podíem més vam anar als jardins de l’hotel New Otani on els meus pares havien ...
... we decided to head over to the area Gwen Stefani helped make famous... Harajuku. This strange fashion centre is still home to the weird and bizarre cult fashions of Tokyo, but unfortunately has been taken over by the big name high-end stores as well. Luckily the heart of Harajuku fashion is still intact on the several side streets around the main drag.
Ok, so lets stop taking about shopping and fashion... blah blah blah. So, in case you didn't know Japan in ...
... which included one transfer, but I had done a lot of preparation to make sure we headed out on the right line in the right direction. Tokyo has a lot more subway lines and companies than the 3 lines I am used to in Sapporo but we made it to the hotel. I even practiced falling asleep on the train and waking up at the right stop like the Japanese do.
Monday morning we met our first free guide, Yuki, at the hotel. She's 24 and studied English in Iowa in college. Now she works ...
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