Hotel Vista Kamata Tokyo
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- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Meal plan
- Family rooms
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... It's clean and prosperous despite a lingering nasty recession. The subways are well organized and stress-free despite the crowds, lines are painted for the queues and guards keep everyone in their place. The trains, every couple of minutes, run on time.The Japanese have shopping down to an art form. Underground shopping malls are home to designer brands, restaurants and artistic displays of everything from cosmetics, cheeses to cakes and confections that ...
... largest fish market in the world, going to a "cooking" class on how to make sushi, and the baseball game between the Tokyo Giants and Hiroshima Carp (ferocious sounding name). The students have the afternoon to explore Tokyo within groups and many have already picked out new places or want to go back to places we have already visited.
Parents - thank you for entrusting your "children" to us and they are having a great time!
... was available on screen. Passed through the transfer process smoothly in Shanghai and found ,not surprisingly , that the free wifi was imaginary...missing japan already! Our transfer to Hong Kong proceeded without a hiccup and we were soon wandering around an almost deserted airport at midnight. Another traveller looking at his phone told us the trains had finished ...
Not all travel stories are fun. As most of you probably know, toilets in Japan are like a Carnival... full of excitement and oddities! On one such visit i had 'showered' my bits and then was drying them.... A bit too late (I was exhausted after a horrible 18 hours of travel) I realized I had over-dried... and now I'm going to have to sit on a plane for 8 hours with a scorched ass... ouch :( Don`t worry, I am laughing at myself ...
... to understand the Japanese (somewhat revisionist) history of the late C19th and early C20th.
The museum begins by explaining the origins of national security during the Meiji Era. Japan had been enjoying a self-imposed isolation, but Western powers were systematically colonising Asia, and fleets of ships started demanding access to Japan. By about 1860 they had become increasing concerned ...