Hotel Mets Shibuya
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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... Stirred, not shaken. His legendary 'hard shake' remains held in reserve. Mr Ueda likes to run the show himself. Although there were four staff in all, one stood at the door to greet patrons and take their hat, and the two behind the bar were restricted to topping up water glasses, until a group of Taiwanese chefs came in and sat next to me. The tall minion made them ...
... down one of the side streets around the station that go out like a labyrinth to the surrounding neighbourhoods. We took a stroll down the street that we thought is was on and after about 5 minutes we figured we missed it, it was the wrong street or it wasn't there anymore. We asked a few shop owners and none of them knew where (or what) it was. Stopped at a Yakiniku Resaurant (where you cook your own meat at your table), but they were full, so we decided to go for a smoothie ...
... it only takes one hour! And again, the products are so cheap! Hoorah!
After that, we wondered around Shibuya a little bit. There is this really nice, Bookstore/weird shop called the Village Vanguard. They sell the weirdest things and the weirdest books. It's not R rated or anything... They just have things like toilet-shaped curry bowls, neon-green beanies with ears, and vintage totes, and lip-shaped ...
... natural instinct, I was expressly told not to hold on to the trolley until the escalator flattens out at the end. I got a bit squashed by the trolley at the end, but otherwise this seems to be an ingenious trolley-escalator solution. However, there was no escalator lady at the next escalator. The Japanese tourists ahead did not accurately line up their trolley on the steps. Following the instructions, they were not holding on to the ...
... a while.
After lunch we parted ways with Kotomi, because she had to fly home, so we headed to some gardens in Shinjuku and lay in the sun for a while and ate frozen mandarins.
We spent the evening at an Onsen (hot springs/baths) amusement park. That was an experience! We had to strip down to our undies (swimmers in our case) and put on a traditional yukata. We then entered into the main room and sought out the onsens. We knew we'd have to be naked, but ...