Ginza Capital Hotel Annex
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... was pretty easy to work out but the exits getting to the street were a little difficult to understand. Anyway I made it with hardly any errors. Pretty good for Tokyo as it's massive and you can easily get lost. I couldn't check in till 3pm so instead I had them hold my bags whilst I went out to explore. Before I left they let me take a shower and change which was good of them. I fancied visiting a museum today as the girls wouldn't be that bothered ...
It's a gray day today, a perfect day to run some errands. Also want to go to a 100 yen store, you never know what you will find there. We walk through the tunnels at Ikebukuro station to the east side of the station. Right before the end of the tunnels we see the KitKat Flagstore located near one of the entrances to the Seibu Food Department. On the east side of the station is a ...
... and the brake is very heavy, so I figured I'd leave that up to the more experienced driver.... but I'm very glad I got to drive it! It was a bit scary getting used to at first as the roads were extremely narrow and involve a lot of hair pins and tight corners, but we all had walkie- talkies and our pace car warned us of the upcoming turns and any on-coming cars.
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... work. Basically there were 12 doors and once one was empty you just walk in, pick up a bat and put 300¥ ($3) into the machine, choose a speed and bat around 20 balls. What I didn't know was different machines had different speeds and my starting machine had 120km/h as the slowest, and I missed every ball. It was pretty awkward.
I decided to wait for another free room to try again, and was happy to find it had 100km/h, which I ...
... from the concrete jungle – Rikuigen Gardens – for a stroll and some green tea.
For dinner, Noboku generously spent a good deal of the afternoon preparing a traditional home cooked Japanese dinner. The presentation was excellent, with each individual component placed on a different dish. On the left were thin strips of beef, exceptionally flavourful, with a poached egg and sautéed Brussel sprouts, with the staples – rice and miso soup. ...