Hotel Mets Mejiro
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... Suwa Shrine built in 1322 and the Joko-ji temple built in the 1800s. Adjoining these there were old cemeteries with interesting memorials and decorations. including a stone monument, a place for flowers, incense, and water and a small crypt for the ashes. Most also include sotoba sticks (name derived from the Sanskrit word stupa). These are carved with the name of the deceased and prayers . At the other end of ...
... my room is on the top floor. The shower is on the bottom. I drag my stuff upstairs (4 floors) to my room which is Japanese style. Yup. I'm on the floor. There's already two girls in there one with no English who uses google translate. The other is Chinese and not impressed with anything. I meet mayrrium and maya later when I'm having a few beers. Swedish guy wanted to meet but I can't cause I have a curfew! Quite like it. We'll see ...
Being Sunday all the guidebooks said go to the biggest flea markets near the Togo Shrine. Arrived at the Shrine to the sound of crickets. We made it to Yoyogi Park to be "guided" by members of the local peace movement. Saw the shrine, saw the weddings, and failed to see any goths! Takeshita Ave had lots of youth stalls, but no major alternate fashion parade as expected. Went for a search down main street ...
... character! They don't only interact with their customers, they sing songs and play games at your table! The hot chocolate Claudia ordered was magic and the waitress sang a little song when she delivered it and held her hands together to shape a heart. We got desserts and they looked very cute and Disney like! you could pay to have your picture taken with one of the Maids and they would then call you up on a stage ...
... being a viewing platform in on of the towns and the Hakone Ropeway... so there i was when i first planned this trip, thinking the ropeway was some giant rope-bridge to walk across. WRONG! :P It's a network of gondolas which go between 4 stations on the north side of the lake!
So i get to the tourist centre to confirm the next boat and mention about the ropeways. The man behind the counter immediately shows me to a very helpful sign in English which ...