Hotel Mets Akabane
- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... across the water we spotted some carp, egrets, ducks and turtles. Also in Ueno Park, we looked at an exhibition of Bonsai trees: some of the trees were spectacular. Afterwards we went to Tokyo Museum. We saw beautiful artwork and amazing archeology. There were wonderful things to look at everywhere you looked! Then we travelled by train to Asakusa. We walked through a gate to some busy streets where people were ...
... boys in nappies. Marius friend wants to go on a date with someone she's met. We agree but he doesn't want to!. We go back to the hostel and after a bit decide to go back to shin juju to get some food. There are fireworks going off when we're on the train, it's like something out if a film, speeding through Tokyo with fireworks flashing in the background. We eat Thai. NIt's Thai. Then it's home before the wretched ...
... are numbered), and 3 is the area which may be mentioned in a street sign. A group of youths offered to help, but were unable to find named restaurant. As we walk away one of the youths raced up, placed the restaurant name into his phone app, and proceeded to narrow down where the restaurant was. In a matter of minutes he had translated correctly ... we were standing outside the restaurant!!
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... upmarket. We then made our way to Shibuya where there is the busiest pedestrian crossing! On our way we saw loads of puppy shops selling tiny animals, cute! We had a pork noodle soup for dinner and a baskin robins ice cream for dessert. After wandering around some of the department stores there ( much like selfridges) we made our way back to the hotel on the subway ready for tomorrow! Missing everyone at home ...
... we overpay, but we are happy to in the current circumstances. Not exactly the Saturday night of Kyoto that we had in mind, but it makes you appreciate things a bit more afterwards. We navigate our days in Kyoto on bicycle, enjoying the early spring with the beautiful cherry blossom all around. We visit the bamboo forest, temples and gardens, the imperial palace, we see the geisha dance (Miyako odori) and visit the nearby town Nara, the first capital of Japan. And ...