Funabashi Daiichi Hotel
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... again. I eventually get of at our home station and go back to the hotel where Jill is still hard at work, I listen to the radio and look for a restaurant for tonight.
I find a one quite close by that specialises in BBQ so make a reservation and relax for a couple of hours.
The restaurant is only a walk along the street and looks quite nice, a traditional setup where you sit on the floor on cushions with a low table, fortunately for the less ...
... I said I probably was, and he asked me if I could do him a favor, wich I could. Yuka, his wife since two days, had bicycled with him to school and was supposed to meet him up after school, but she was late. So Drew asked if I could ride Yuka´s bike to Ikebukuro with him, to meet Yuka up there. I hadn´t ridden a bike for seven years, so I was really unused to it. But hey, it was fun! And I got home so much faster. And not a drop of rain for the whole day ...
... the grounds of the imperial palace, enjoying the sunshine - we had been very lucky with weather so far. There was a small park in the centre of the grounds, lined with cherry blossoms, that painted a stark contrast to the high rise buildings surrounding us. Once again, when cherry blossoms were concerned, it was all very serene and we were quite content just milling around the park enjoying the sunshine, taking it all in. We then took a trip over to the Tokyo Bay Area, with ...
Today we stayed close to the city. Our first trip was to Meiji Shrine, a huge Shinto shrine dedicated to the soul of a Japanese Emperor. It was built in 1920 and has over 100,000 trees. All this in the middle of overcrowded Tokyo. Next it was Tokyo from the top, and a view of the city from Tokyo tower, its original radio mast. A bright red Eiffel Tower as far as I could see. And then off to the Sumo ...
... serving about 4 million people per DAY! Yet it's clean, safe, orderly, well lit, and yes, I'm just going to say it, fun. Imagine what some of those millions of busy, hard working professionals on the go (never mind the students and tourists) might want to pick up on their way to or from wherever they're going, and Shinjuku ...
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