Hotel Hokke Inn Hatchobori
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Here is a selection of the photos from the 2013 tour: https://www.flickr.com/gp/71321396@N00/ e3J6oK
Here are the photos of this year's tour to date: https://www.flickr.com/gp/71321396@N00/ 47D6s0
After arriving in Tokyo on Thursday, Oct 1, I left the next day after only 3 hours sleep and rode 130 km to Tochigi City. The route was mostly along a dedicated cycling ...
... A giant reproduction of the monster towering a building, looking like he was alive and destroy it and rampage through the city. Fun. Only in Japan. I can't imagine how many small kids this frightens every day, but fun for bigger kids, teenagers and adults alike.
To finish our first crazy day in Tokyo we headed to an extravagent show called 'Robot Show' where giant remote-controlled robots meet crazy futuristic anime dancers/singers to ...
... want to check out. Turns out to be a Belgian bistro where they serve Belgian beers and Belgian food. Apparently quite popular with the locals as there are lots of Japanese customers. Several people enjoying mussels prepared the Belgian way, I order some too, but by now they are sold out. Emile enjoys a home made pate and a tomate aux crevettes with a Belgian beer and I order roasted pork with onion sauce and of course some Belgian ...
... of beards like the Japanese school girls ... we also tried a sausage gyoza purely because of the number of Japanese patrons lined up in front of the stall. It was delicious but very suspect in looks. We had some Pop'n'Squid in the Mermaid Lagoon which felt a little wrong as we ate it whilst looking at sea life painted on the walls and hanging from the roof ... there was also some tandoori chicken consumed and a Reuben sandwich with a pint of ...
... the indicated place. It turns out that the Golden Gai is a tight grid of short buildings with tons of little restaurants and bars. Most of them listed a sitting fee and very few of them even seemed to be open. Confused by the whole situation and definitely not in the recommended place, we headed back to a metro station because we could get internet access there. A little more research and we found another place that more closely matched the description. ...