Hotel Mets Mejiro
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- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
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22. Japanese society is homogeneous and collectivist. (For comparison, American society is individualistic.)
23. The reticence to be different makes it very hard to decide to become a Christian.
24. As a result, the average Japanese Christian is far more dedicated than the average American Christian.
25. Japanese Christian young people ask lots of questions about how we live ...
Well, today has gotten off to an odd start. It's raining, mcdonalds In Sangubashi was torn down, they changed the bacon bowl and we had an earthquake. What a strange first two hours of the day!!!! I'm in the shower and all of the sudden here comes the rumble. It lasted about 20-30 seconds and even though we are told not to worry about it, there are thoughts of horror movies running through my head. It was kind of cool, a little unsettling, and I can now ...
... 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 ...
... meal we had in all of Japan! The only downside was that the soup was nuclear hot and we nearly suffered third degree tongue burns. It was so good just kept eating without waiting for it to cool off and suffered anyway!
After walking around the market a bit more we wanted to start exploring some other parts of the city. Unfortunately it was only 7:30am and nothing was open yet. As we wandered over to the Hama Rikyu ...
... a corner store and buy various SIM cards and/or buy minutes. Here, noooooooo. I managed to find one type of SIM, only for 3G access for 30 days- and it cost $35 for up to 1G! It doesn't even come with phone call access! Ridiculous. I paid $12 in Indo for 2G usage. And I don't understand the inaccessibility to wifi at all. So foreigner-not-friendly! But these frustrations have been compensated by the ...