Grand Prince Hotel Takanawa
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... koi pond. The minute we walked up to the water the koi started swarming around us and popping up to the surface opening their huge mouths, so I gather this is where they get fed. Wanting to take pictures, at a certain point I leaned on the bannister making sure I wouldn’t fall in, and I didn’t. My sunglasses, however, weren’t so lucky. They hit the bannister, making them go up, let loose of my shirt, and drop over the edge to either become an early dinner for ...
... The park is a beautiful expanse of forest, really. There is a very wide gravel covered path with lanterns along the perimeter. About half way into the park there is a side path that takes you to the actual shrine, where you enter through the second entrance, or Torii. The amazing thing about the shrine is that it's a place of worship, even today. In order to pray there is a huge station where you take a ...
... the girls, a very nice bathroom which included hair dryers (yay!) and laundry facilities. The hotel even had a traditional hot bath facility. It was all I could afford, but it was more than I needed!
On day two I got up with renewed energy and made my way to one of the city's many modern art museums. I actually felt pretty good that morning, and after I had admired a photograph exhibit at the museum I decided to go for a walk. The walk took me through some very ...
... seemed to happen on that side of the room despite there being lots of potential buyers inspecting the tuna.
After handing back our vests we explored the public area of the markets. These were fairly typical markets with fresh and packaged food, knives and household items for sale. Scattered throughout the markets were sashimi and sushi restaurants. The information about the markets said to choose a place with a line, but not a long line as ...
... We however seemed to be the seniors on the train - must be a younger population.
We arrived at our station exited the train and immediately realized we weren't in Kansas anymore (LOL). Luckily for us a friendly man offered us help as we looked like we were lost. He pointed us to a long underground walkway that led to our hotel. A great location ...