Hotel Mets Akabane
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... rice, pickles, potatoes, grilled fish and miso soup. Each bit of the meal came in its own separate pot or bowl. It was great. Then I headed into the shrine. There was a big celebration (the centenary of the demise of the empress), so it was really busy. There were lots of people dressed up and lots of men with no trousers on. Not entirely sure why, but all credit to them - it was below freezing out there today! They were taking big ...
... so when I arrived, there was no activity, not even the restaurants were open. Crestfallen I popped around the corner to the Hamarikyu Gardens. The park is a landscaped garden surrounding Shioiri Pond, the park itself surrounded by a seawater moat filled by Tokyo Bay. It was remodeled as a public garden park on the site of a villa of the Shogun Tokugawa family in the 17th century. Visitors can also enjoy refreshment at ...
... of your table! We had beef and pork ribs and they came with rice and massive lettuce leaves-apparently, when the meat is cooked, you wrap it in a lettuce leave to eat! It was delicious. We are now back at the hotel, planning our trip to Mount Fuji tomorrow. And it seems like a good time to post some observations about Japan! These can be catergorised as follows: Things I Love About Japan: 1- The food- see above! 2- The ...
... home-town) then I could have imagined.
I decided that as a clueless gaijin I had done as much as I could. I had intervened, but each party seemed to accept this bizarre public shaming. Maybe I was simply being the foreigner who could never understand this culture, I am still battling to come to terms with it.
In Japan I am aware of the Senpai and Kohai relationship. A mentor system between a mentor and protege which exists at all levels of ...
... windy and drizzly outside with masses of people still trying to get out of Tokyo before the weather properly deteriorated. We passed the great Kaminari-Mon or "Thunder Gate", after which we walked down the parade of shops selling souvenirs towards the temple itself. The temple was nice enough and clearly very well maintained. After a look inside we wanted to head to the Amuse Museum, mainly because there are great views of the surrounding area. Unfortunately there was a ...