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... up, one last check in the mirror and then i left room 1003, shutting the door behind me with a massive smile on my face, heading for my Japanese son Shohei's wedding. The walk to Gotanda train station and 2 stops to Ebisu before changing to do one stop to Naka-Meguro was easy with Yuri. She speaks brilliant English and is warm and friendly like many of the Japanese people i've met so far. She told me she visits England every ...
We decided not to getup at 3am to start queuing for tickets to the tuna auction at the fish market! Instead we rolled up at 10am - very proud of our successful navigation of the underground system. At first it looks the underground system like a plate of spaghetti. Although market was winding down it was a hive of activity with boxes of fish being transported at speed by either traditional hand cart or an electic cart with a tub electric motor. The tuna were huge ...
... the life sized robot,appears to tumultuous applause and talks us through his routines as he walks, sits, hops, dances sings and bows gracefully.
We return to the hotel and book the hotel Teppanyaki for dinner. The food and the
View both exceptional. Oh, and the toilet had a heated seat. I could spend a long time in this hotel ;)
That will do for our first 12 hours in ...
As I land in Tokyo I am trying to wrap my head around the fact that more people live in this city than in my whole country. With a population of nearly 38 million people Tokyo is the world's largest city. On the way to the hostel I am met with vast urban sprawl but not the crazy high rise city I expected Tokyo to be. Don't get me wrong there are a lot of high rises here but there are a lot of houses as well.
The next day ...
... access and made regular use of it.
The main destination for us was the markets. Lynnewas determined to buy more fashionable glasses there and in the end she bought 4 pair and I took 3, each of us buying a pair of sunglasses in the process. Our price was slightly over $100 per pair vs the the $600-$700 they would cost in Ottawa. And they made them in one day and delivered them to our hotel.
On Sunday, we experienced the Westin's ...