Hotel Gracery Tamachi
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Hey everyone! We've rocked up in Tokyo for an amazing 2 weeks on Honeymoon after our wedding last Saturday. We arrived at 7:30am this morning, and after hours of getting through customs, collecting luggage, catching crowded trains and general shena****ns we pulled into Ueno station at around 11am. First thing we thought was Wow! This place looks amazing! A mixture of adorable flute players, Autumn coloured leaves, manicured ...
... we could see Hachiko and experience the famous crosswalk.
Yoko accompanied us to Asakusa and we enjoyed looking at the various shops. I even got my fortune (I got the best one, actually). After resting up at the hotel for a bit, Ashley, Trey and I walked around Akihabara and stumbled on a Denny's- Timdad's favorite restaurant (ha).
During our time in Tibet last year we met Hiro, a wonderful Japanese man. I always joked that I'd see him in Tokyo for the 2020 Olympics but when we parted ways with Hiro he said we shouldn't wait until 2020 to visit Japan. Thus when we booked our flight to Japan our first email was to Hiro. He quickly responded saying he was looking forward to our visit, and offered to take us to some of his favourite spots.
Before we could meet Hiro though we had to ...
Another thing we saw in nerdsville was a whole load of packed Pachinko establishments. Gambling is technically illegal in Japan, but Pachinko is the country's ridiculous way of getting around that law. Pachinko machines look like slot machines, but inside there are loads of big silver ball bearings dropping down, and the "skill" of the game is to turn a little handle in order to get the ball bearings to drop down into the ...
... since has been surreal. First toilet with sound buttons to disguise my 'shame'.
Next stop was the famous Shibuya Crossing and a random mission around streets and lanes, getting lost, slightly panicked and excited before finding a big line of people waiting to eat at restaurant. Being a lemming, and a sucker for all things edible I joined the line and hoped for the best. 15 minutes later and I was in! Sushi! Looked good, ...