Hotel Hokke Inn Hatchobori
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... lights had turned red. We turned back around, took some more pictures and went to find some food. Then we went to find some food. It sounds so easy. So how come we ended up back at our hotel with a pot noodle? There were probably about a thousand restaurants in walking distance, but we just kept picking the wrong ones. Sorry full, sorry full, couldn't understand the menu, got shouted at because we didn't take our shoes off, no you have to wait, it went on and on. So this ...
... a ton of stalls selling any and everything souvenir related. Kimonos, sake sets, chopsticks and many more were on display with all the vibrant oriental colours one would expect.
Winding through these stalls we headed into an office building and were escorted towards a lift. A Japanese lady, dressed in what to me looked like traditional garb, guided us in more courteously than I've ever seen a lift woman do. So far it seems as if Japan has an incredibly large amount of jobs that to me ...
... I have seen them in concert in Japan three times now. But I am hardly an exception, DCT have built up a huge and loyal following over the 25 years. Sunday was only the second date of the tour, but the main tour t-shirt was already sold out.
I got a good seat at the first level, with a great view of the 40m long stage in the middle of the arena. The concert started at 17:30 and zipped along and was over before I knew it two and a half hours ...
... around for a SIM card. pretty tricky to come by. seems like japan is strict about letting foreigners have access to their wifi. by 3pm, i figured out the SIM thing and gave eating a whirl. i was so intimidated all day by the 100% japanese menus posted everywhere. i mean, sure there are pictures and wax figures, but i'm so weird about meat. i would die if i accidentally ordered chicken heart or something. seriously considering vegetarianism. anyway, found a ...
This morning we went to Yoyogi park which had been recommended to us and visited a temple, which included cleansing ourselves in water before entering the temple and we also wrote a prayer on a slip and put it in the prayer box. Running late we went to Hiro-o station where we met Yuka who took us to her apartment for our sushi class. Lovely little apartment and she had all the ingredients laid out ready for ...