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... get is nothing less then the best. It might set you back a pretty penny but you definitely get what you pay for. The amount of energy and attention put into everything is truly inspiring and it’s something I’ll make sure I incorporate more of in my own personal life.
Oh, and don’t let me forget how cool their obsessions are with robots and anime! Certainly not my passions in life but I can fully appreciate ...
... we were first in the queue and when we got our boarding passes we were in different rows. Why would they do that when we had our seats booked and pre allocated? Anyway 15 minutes later they sorted it, not with the help of the check in girl but her supervisor. Tried to score an upgrade lol!
Arrived in Tokyo and the most cleanest place we have seen yet. Found our way onto the public bus system, very easy and to a hotel dropoff point close to ...
... set up from the earlier periods. It also has traditional music performances, and colorful, informative displays are everywhere. Wonderful place even though the building is vaguely similar to a Star Wars Imperial Walker. The time period that interested me the most was the WWII era section. I never realized how badly Tokyo was bombed. From the pictures on display, I believe that it looked a lot like Hiroshima did after the U.S. dropped ...
... and stimulate your culinary urges.
If you're looking for that kind of review, I apologise. You might want to skip a couple of paragraphs.
To be honest, I hated it.
The outer markets, or what I saw of them, were good. Very narrow corridors, and all manner of food vendors, most (if not all) of them specialising in seafood as you'd expect, selling their freshly cooked, or in the case of sushi, freshly purchased and cut up, ...
... getting from point "A" to point "B" is not always that easy and normally requires buying more than one ticket. I was heading to a park that included the Meiji Shrine, one of Tokyo's most venerable Shinto shrines. ...but, just getting started was a problem as I entered the Hiroo subway stop without a clue of which train to take. I went up to the station attendant and pointed to my B&W inkjet printed ...
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