Hearton Hotel Higashishinagawa
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... on the table when not being used to hold a dish--to put it in your lap draws suspicion that you are doing something forbidden with that hand). By the way, after a bit of practice and hints from Daniel we passed both tests. We were served and ate seafood, tofu, beef (served on a heated cobblestone) all with various sauces. All was well prepared and delicious. While eating we drank beer or Sake and conversed as best ...
No place epitomizes the Japanese love for costume and anime better than Harajuku. Here the teens of the city converge to shop for their favorite costumes. While we didn't buy any costumes but we sure had fun exploring them.
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... mistaken for a Sumo wrestler. I don't know, I have these types of experiences every now and then.
What can I say. We entered the gymnasium excited to get to our box seats, only to learn that a box seat in Sumo wrestling means a small five by five square on the floor with four cushions on which to sit. It was unbelievably uncomfortable, but very exciting ...
... the stations on the journey to Haneda. On arrival at the airport we went first to left luggage to collect the bags we had left there on arrival and then sorted out the bags and clothes. Then all the usual formalities of security and passport checking and into airside which was very quiet. The airport lounge had stacks of blankets at several points throughout because thousands of people had been affected by the same snowy weather ...
... season. But if you really want to enjoy the beauty of the spring season, you must visit the Ueno Park. It has become one of the most attractive places to spend holidays and do picnic in the lap of nature.
Nijo Castle in Kyoto: This huge structure was built in 1603 but it is still standing there with all its moat and walls. The corridor is connected to the impressive array of buildings whose floors creak to warn the visitors.
Imperial Palace, ...