Hotel Mets Mejiro
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
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This is the third blog I have to start up because my other blogs undoubtedly crash and burn. The story is that of my trip from my family home in Sweden to Kamiikebukuro in Tokyo. Here I will try to survive longer than any of my blogs and so far, I've reached sucess. For those of you who want my full story, visit sechiria.blog.com (if you can open the page that is, I know I couldn't -.-). So, come along (yet again) for the trip of a ...
... that had a few I liked, including some creepily real looking life size ball jointed dolls in Victorian type outfits, some Alice in Wonderland characters and antique miniature porcelain Kewpies, but the rest were more of the conservative western old lady variety, the standard China Doll type, not the arty kind I was seeking. Keep that in mind if you're going there.
And next we realised after hours of desperately trying to find the amazing Maria ...
... Japanese evening, it was a suitable ending to what has been an amazing fifteen- month odyssey (and it was incredibly fun!)
Overall, we were mostly impressed with the people in Japan. They keep Tokyo spotless, even the homeless sleep in perfect rows. Nearly everyone is immaculately dressed, and extremely polite. People line up in single file for the subways, and unlike the rest of Asia, personal space is respected, it was a very welcome change. ...
... of two symbols. I decided that the first symbol was a lighthouse with a fat women next to it and the other symbol was a house with wavy hair and some chicken scratches. Surprisingly this system worked well for us. We always picked the right train and had exactly enough money on our metro cards. Phew.
The observation decks were located in the North and South Government Building Towers. Both observation decks are free and you can stay up there as long as ...
... ago! It was really great seeing an old friend. Tomorrow, I am meeting Teru - a guy I met in Okinawa. We are going to an amusement park for some roller coasters ;-). Should be fun! Somehow, for being one of the most technologically advanced countries in the world, Japan has proved to be the most difficult for accessing wifi. I couldn't log on, even in Starbucks. In all the countries I visited, I could easily ...