Heiwa Plaza Hotel Kawasaki Higashida
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Brothels I have slept in... with my wife (cont.) could be an apt title for this vignette.
Eight hours on an overnight bus from Kyoto and the concierge at the Hotel Fine happily let's us check-in before 9am. Welcome. Quiet neighbourhood. Close to the government offices of the ninth largest city in Japan. There's even a flower shop across the road. Nice.
"It's a brothel," announces M as we get into the lift. She's beaming triumphantly. ...
... see the place. Next stop lunch, we wandered around looking at the menus until we found some pictures of food we vaguely recognised, we went in and ordered. There seemed to be a chicken theme going down, the chop stick rests were chicken shaped, the carrots in the food when it came were chicken shaped, shame the chicken wasn't chicken shaped or particularly chicken tasting. We stayed around town a little longer then decided to go back to the hotel and return when it was dark. ...
... of friends of Kaz, the Swedish similarly clothed duo had great banter and were big fans of man hugs.
Night out it Nihon
After a lovely two nights staying with Andrew & Nobuku, it was time to head back to K’s Tokyo Oasis to continue my journey through Japan with my housemates. While I was gone, Alistair and David had made a couple of new friends (Grace and Derek) who joined us to meander around Tokyo on day 4.
First item to cross ...
... sleep though, as daytime for our body clocks even though we landed at 8am local time.
Our incredible run of sunny warm weather has come to an end with rain forecast for our three day visit to Tokyo and that forecast is right on target so far.
Getting pretty good at the train thing now - it's simple, just keep asking until someone understands enough ...
... We drank our coffees like normal humans and got the hell out of there as quick as we could.
Ueno zoo was, predictably, pretty crowded. I'm fine with that. It is Saturday, and I expected it. We jostled for position to see the Pandas, and saw some elephants doing...not much actually, and then began to realise that the park is undergoing fairly extensive renovations at present. One exciting section of the park housed gorillas, ...