Funabashi City Hotel
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... of the evening though was our sumptuous meal of Okonomiyaki. Per Wikipedia Okonomiyaki is a Japanese savoury pancake containing a variety of ingredients. The name is derived from the word okonomi, meaning "what you like" or "what you want", and yaki meaning "grilled" or "cooked". We were lucky to have a local to help us order or food. My love for shochu ...
... an hour and a half long and close to 60$CAD. We were lead to the basement, 5 floor below ground and asked to take a seat at a table. What happen next I am not to sure about. Please see video for further clarification. There were robots, cows, pandas, and random women and men running all over the place to crazy techno music with laser light crashing in every direction. The show was entertaining to say the least but I am not sure if I would recommend it for everyone. Following the ...
... a huge store - 12 storeys! It was very pleasant walking into this store and not have people shouting "WelcometoUniqlo" at you. Instead, at suitable intervals a well modulated female voice said (with perfect pronunciation - and enunciation), "Welcome to the best Uniqlo in the world." Twelve storeys and two and a half hours later, we all agreed with this recorded voice. We stopped for a late lunch on the way back to the hotel - tonkatsu...better than the ...
... too far from the station, arriving before 12.00. Check-in time is officially 15.00 and we thought we might have to drop our bags and hang around until then before we could access our rooms. However, the lovely people here let us into one room and brought us the key for the second room, when it was ready. We were both very tired and so had a shower and a sleep until 18.30 when we roused ourselves and went looking for a little restaurant ...
... even a month ago before the leaves started falling off the trees. Visiting this natural oasis in the heart of the city was a perfect antidote for the sensory overload of Yodobashie Camera.
7) Senso-ji Temple – Later on in Kyoto we eventually got temple-weary, but this first temple we visited was still novel to us. Even more interesting than the Shinto temple that we didn't really understand, was the jam-packed shopping corridor leading up ...
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