Funabashi Daiichi Hotel
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... antimacassars"! The buses have them too! So charming, and terribly, terribly civilized ...
Well off to the Tokyo Bay Hilton for a good night's rest. I need to catch an early flight tomorrow morning to Sapporo, where my boss Adam Sanderson and I will visit our traveling "Winnie the Pooh" exhibit. It has been traveling for about 15 months and it will be my first opportunity to see it in person.
... from and she told me Peru, with a Japanese mum and Peruvian daddy. She was warm and friendly and the tour instantly got better with her as my bus neighbour. Our first stop was the Tokyo Tower which opened in 1958 and weighs 4,000 tons.......... pretty close to my new weight having eaten noodles, croissants and all things yummy for the last 4 days !!!! Akiko our tour guide was the only one in our party stressd and ...
... Will report on the success or otherwise of this venture in the next entry.
Saturday 6 Sep 15 - Well that was a disappointment, wasn't it ??!! Got up at 3:50am and Naomi and I were at the Tsukiji fish Markets at about 4:20am - to be told all the places had gone by 3:30am !! We were not the only ones rolling up at that hour and disappointed. We live and learn.
Given the early start, Naomi and I retired to a 24 hour cafe and we had ...
... a night for a private room, this was one of our more extravagant places to visit on our travels. Transport isn’t cheap either but food and drink can be surprisingly cheap.
Asakusa itself is a far cry from the neon chaos of districts such as Shinjuku and Shibuya. This district has a much more traditional feel to it (although you may still catch sight of panda bus complete with winking eyes) which is largely due to the Sensoji Temple. This archetypal symbol ...
... This time I hopped off and Shinjuku and made my way up the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building. It had a free observation deck on the 45th floor. It totally reminded me of Ferris Buler's Day Off when they are looking over Chicago. Normally you can see Mount Fuji from there but it was a bit too cloudy. I wandered the streets of that area and considered heading elsewhere in the train but I was a bit too sleepy and cold to ...
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