Hotel Mets Mejiro
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... I had to wash it down with a strawberry kit kat!! Tonight we are going out for dinner in the local area and the Karaoke bar is dangerously close to our hotel!! I might need another octopus candy to give me a slap in the face so I can go up and make a total fool of myself by singing something equally stupid!! It HAS to be done that's all I can say! Over and out! ...
... It expires at midnight. I fell asleep on the subway so overshot my place by 12 stops. First world problems I guess. I'm writing and eating sausage McGriddles but still an awesome night. Pcz out
1/25 Extreme hangover and woke up at 230. All the stuff I have left to check out is day time stuff so I'll stay in tonight and get up early and have a very full day. Today just went out to explore and went to Meiji-jingumae near Shibuya. Randomly picked it and it was packed at 5 ...
... I read that there are only 100 Geishas left in all of Japan and that most of them are in Kyoto and a few are in Tokyo. They looked like dolls to me and all three of them had really round-circular faces. Afterwards we got some dinner and then walked to the Yasaka Shrine for the opening ceremony of a yearly summer festival that has been celebrated at the Yasaka Shrine in Kyoto since 970. The festival is held for two weeks and its purpose is to expel revengeful ...
... room with en suite which was welcomed after staying in the shared dorm in Taiwan. Sounds like a mediocre thing to blog about, but it's surprising how little things like a bit of privacy (which we normally take for granted) make life easier. We dropped the bags, showered and went out for dinner at an all you can eat japanese style hot-pot, which was reminiscent of the Chinese hot-pot we had in Taiwan but much less spicy. After, we had a little walk ...
... to Ushiku Daibutsu, which is a huge Buddha statue on the outskirts of the Tokyo metropolitan area. The statue is also known as Ushiku ARCADIA, which stands for Amida's Radiance and Compassion Actually Developing and Illuminating Area. After a little paperwork we headed across the street to Ueno Station to catch a train to Ushiku, the town it is in. In Ushiku we then caught a bus to the site of the statue.
I'm not sure why, but I had ...