Gotanda Arietta Hotel & Trattoria
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... to eat. The diet has been excellent, sushi everyday and great for hastening away the layers of "spare" laid down in China. Finally to Tokyo which has all of the above plus museums and art galleries aplenty (though we only managed three..), posh shops, people watching and cooler weather. We have just about mastered the art of slippers... shoes off at the door, slippers on, slippers off and a different pair on for the bathroom. We (especially me) have finally learnt to ...
... maids cafe in the district, but I went to the one that was rated relatively high and close by. At first I was greeted and shown to my seat and I saw a few young couples and families. It kind of reminded me of chucky cheese, but without the games.
The experience had different tiers at different prices. I chose the middle tier that included a meal, a drink, and a printed photo with one of the maids working that day. Similarly to the food, I was ...
... the trains moved at a snail’s pace and there were vending machines selling everything from water to cigarettes to toys to pep-pills on every corner. Our first impression of Japan was not what we’d anticipated. So far it seemed pretty cool, calm and serene.
We got off the train in shibuya and wandered out of the station and straight into Shibuya Crossing – the busiest intersection in the world. Something akin to Times Square or Picadilly ...
... Dome City which is basically a mini amusement park in the middle of the city. We continued to the hotel to cook the food we were supposed to make the day before. We dropped our stuff off in the room, grabbed our food and headed down to the kitchen. We shared the elevator with a man on the way down who we think might work there. He followed us to the kitchen and started tidying up some things. He then looked at our food and figured we ...
... with "locally grown" honeydew melons. For how much? $105. And I thought Whole Foods was overpriced! The papaya and grapefruit baskets, shrink wrapped in all their glory, came in at over $200. Growing up, we would only buy champagne mangos when they were on sale at the grocery store. All I could do was take pictures and laugh at this absurd situation. Japan is not a poor country.
Kate had a soccer game to watch, so we said our goodbyes. After walking ...