Ginza Capital Hotel Annex
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... I had some confusion and had expected a double room. On the bright side, I had wanted to try a capsule type place. That's what we got, another box ticked. Jane, Craig and I enjoyed a few bevvies in the mini box that was our room then headed out to a pub to meet Taka after work at Shinjuku, a busy and bright area of Tokyo that thrives every evening as people finish work and go for a drink, more so a part of their culture than ours. Shinkjuku is also the busiest (by ...
Having landed in Tokyo Narita Airport at 430PM, went straight to the immigration and then to the baggage claim. Upon collecting the bags in the North Wing, walked to AIR Rental on 1F to collect the WI-FI Card which I suggest that you pre-order prior to the trip.
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Make sure to NOT rent a mobile phone from this place as it is FREE to rent it from MOBAL NARITA. You only pay for the outgoing calls while incoming calls ...
... found was highly rated on trip advisor, but the owners told me that the Mochi would not last past 24 hours (tops). There were so many different flavours, but I was only able to eat three. I got a raspberry waffer, green tea, and blueberry flavours. The raspberry one was my favourite.
The next stop was at a maid cafe! I am pretty sure this place (Severely) overcharged me, but it was my last day and had currency to spend. The Akihabara area has ...
... wide board as there was nothing obvious as I disembarked. Spend the afternoon climbing the hills above town before the rain set in. Evening was spent on the bar with a decent bunch from France, Switzerland and Poland plus the American owner ...
... story pagoda).
The area is quiet and peaceful. Tranquility is a key characteristic of the area.
On a day off from work, it's a nice place to visit to see tradition and continuity and also to find a place to sit and reflect on life. Nearby gardens and abundant trees provide lots of shade, too.