Hotel Livemax Fuchu
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... We were still hungry after that so we then ordered the BBQ fish, which seemed like a safe and easy order. The lady smiled and said ok, asked "which fish?" and pointed to the ice bar that was hidden by other customers sitting in front of it eating. It was a smaller version of the seafood bins at a grocery store, but sure enough there was a stack of "red fish" which we figured was just as good as any option and went with it. What came out was a whole fish, ...
... to head off early to Tsukiji Fish Market in downtown Tokyo. Tsukiji is the biggest fish market in the world, and they hold a famous auction every morning where they auction off the best fish - apparently the tuna is the most valuable, the record price paid for a tuna there was 10,000 dollars! It's a pretty spectacular market to be fair, you could walk for ages and get completely lost in it. There are a huge number of stalls and ...
... we had to get a shuttle to our hotel, and the driver was announcing the different stops- in the microphone which was sewn into her glove! Her driving gloves double as a microphone- genius! When we got to the hotel, we checked in and to our unadulterated delight, the toilet was remote controlled! The first thing we did was press all the buttons, which ended up with me getting squirted with water and the bathroom getting soaked! Then we marvelled at all the fancy free toiletries you ...
... air, and then realised we were on the wrong side of the Palace grounds, and the entrance was still a long distance away. So we wandered through the park on the outskirts of the Palace, which has an interesting section designated for the homeless, or as the sign at the entrance to the park calls it: "Place for people who cannot go home". We only saw a few homeless as we walked through, which made me wonder whether they clear out the dead and frozen hobos ...
... characters, from left to right, mean sing (歌), dance (舞), and skill (伎) (more http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kabuki). Kabuki theater is composed in modern architecture of Ginza district, which is mostly famous of shopping centers. Front and sides of Kabuki have been recreated while inside you will find sky scraper. Strange view indeed. It look beautiful during night. -> pictures attached under Kabuki NO BARS IN THE CITY OF TOKYO You know ...