Hotel Hokke Inn Hatchobori
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... its like two cars hitting head on. The extravagant uniforms they wore were just stunning. While I was there I spoke with one of the coaches, the diets these guys eat, could feed a family for a day incredible. A school group could learn a lot about old Japan and its culture from the sumos. If any of the students are interested in drawing or are ...
... Very big, especially compared to those I had seen before. Funny thing is that this aquarium is located on the sixth floor of a building.
In the evening we went to the Tokyo government building. There you can go to the 45th(!) floor to see Tokyo from above. The view was nice because since we went there in the evening you could see all the lights ...
... up from the ground, I'm not sure they did much good anyway.
We are all amazed at how much rain is falling and that there is no sign of flooding, we are yet to see any blocked drains. The whole city has a very clean look and other than a little bit by railway tracks on the outer outskirts of the city, it seems to be a refreshingly graffiti free city.
Although it sounds wet and miserable, and parts of it were, ...
... with some good drinks and conversations.
Tokyo is a very clean city, and very organised. Smoking is prohibited on the street, and there are special smoking areas near the stations. (Its funny cause you can smoke inside bars, that Mark hates)!
We did spend a lot of time shopping, looking around for some good bargains. There are lots of department stores. In Ginza, a six story toy shop helped lighten our wallet. Lots of Star Wars for Mark, and train stuff for ...
... bar that we went to was one of the strangest I have ever seen, not for it's appearance, but in the manner in which you order your drinks. You could not just go straight to the bar and order a drink, you had to first go to a vending machine and buy drinks tokens. Only with the tokens in hand could you actually order a beer. It seemed a far more complicated procedure than it otherwise had needed to be, but we eventually got our beers and settled down at the bar for a few before hitting the ...