Hotel Mets Shibuya
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... when we started to book all things Japan so it was our mission to find t for lunch. I don't know what it is with men and directions but even after 4 years away Jim had us there in no time! And boy was it worth the trip! We both ordered miso cucumbers, and a beer. James then ordered us a bean sprout meat dish (kinda tasted like spaghetti bolognese without the pasta) and some steamed and some on fried gyoza. Ah-may-zing!!! By golly - I hope we go black there. And everyone of ...
... So ketchup it is. I got a Tonkatsu menu and it was done after not even 2 minutes I think. So fast! In the Netherlands they sometimes take 10 minutes to get you all the things you ordered, which is kind of bad. The menu was... I think 699¥? The fries taste just a little bit different, but they're good. They're less salty than the ones in the Netherlands. Ketchup tastes... Ehhh, literally the same as I ...
Well we made it here! A long day on trains but we finally made it to our little apartment in Tokyo with a bag full of dirty washing and two girls full of excitement. They saw fit to mark their territory in the apartment by mad jumping all over the place...much like a dog weeing...but luckily with slightly less wetness. Eloise was convinced she wanted to play hide and seek here, although I'm not sure the ...
... our little hearts out (some of you reading at home may have received a snapchat of said singing). We left as the sun was rising at 5am, and crawled back into our beds to sleep until the afternoon.
Day 4 -Tuesday:
Not much happened on Tuesday.. Basically we slept, made plans for the rest of our trip, and met a Japanese girl named Kotomi who asked if she could join us tomorrow to practice her English as we were already planning on seeing the same ...
... there. The only things missing were the samurai sword fighters and the dead bodies. For dinner we had a few different dishes: some fish, chicken skewers, peppers wrapped in bacon and, of course, some sushi. After dinner we went to Shinjuku to the Metropolitan Government Office where you can go to the top of the building's observation floor for free night views of the whole city. We were so glad to have the chance to meet up with Francois while we were there and ...