Hotel Heritage Hanno Sta.
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... us were amazing, warm and welcoming. One of the nicest couples I have ever met. We went for a drive and I still remember our first meal. We went to a little restaurant and gyoza was their speciality. That meal when I was 14 began an addiction to gyoza and Asian style dumplings that still plagues me today. I can't get enough! My most used phrase that trip was "gyoza, futatsu! (for two)". One of the main things I remember about that trip was the amazing food. Small, hole in the ...
... check out at 4PM.
We then went by train to our current hotel for the night, in Ginza.
While it is not a fancy hotel, it will do.
We then continued to the beautiful Tokyo tower, which is taller than Eiffel tower... .
From there, we took a train to the bustling area of Shinjuku for some sightseeing and a dinner.
... splashing (have to let the inner child out sometimes) sogginess. Hats off to the tour guide who kept the smile on her face the entire time as she doggedly stuck to the tour plan, escorting us off and on the bus as she walked us to the various points of interest and soggy photo opportunities.
The tour ended at the central railway station, being rush hour we opted to taxi back to our hotel before drying off and heading ...
... quiet Japanese-style garden and up some steps before getting to the main hall. Inside there is a 30 foot tall wooden Buddhist deity. To the side of the hall there is also a nice view of Sagami Bay. I particularly liked the Benten-kutsu Cave, which has 16 works chiseled out of the rock wall. At one point in the cave you have to bend down to get through from one passage to another. Good thing Chris wasn't with us!
We took the electric train back to the center of the city and stopped ...
... soon to be nail guru, Nagisakaneko. She was really lovely and I particularly enjoyed the Cindi Lauper videos on continuous loop whilst I scoured her extensive nail art books for inspiration. 80's music and a manicure, doesn't get much better than that! I decided on a complete mish mash of designs, no theme just completely random, a bit like me really! I was so excited to get them done and as she started getting to work on my tips ...