Hotel Route Inn Tokyo Asagaya
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... I was about 15-16, but thought I might at least be competitive. This optimism was given false hope when I took the first round, only to lose the next three whilst hardly getting a shot in! After my humiliation, we walked round the rest of the Sega world that we were in and the one just down the road. They were both packed with chain smoking blokes playing fighting games and card trading games, where the cards interact with the arcade machine. We also had our ...
... She then motioned for us to follow her. We followed her through the staff only signs, down a hallway, and into the back of the ride where they kept all of the spare coasters! Haha Her and one other Japanese lady made Justin and Eric test out different seats in the coaster to make sure they could fit before waiting in the whole line. I thought that was so curious and friendly! She said “Japanese ride: small. But you ok.” We all shared a little laugh and then ...
... Tokyo's metro and train system can be a handful, but we managed to master it quite quickly (with a rather sharp learning curve).
Upon arriving to the hotel we were moved to a smaller (yet great!) room until the non-smoking suite is available and got the entire minibar as compensation plus a breakfast, which was not originally included with our rate.
Tomorrow we were supposed to take a 2-hour train to Nikko, but we will change our schedule for a more peaceful and restful day. ...
How time flies! Tokyo and Japan is in my memories, but while writing this I'm already sitting at home and working in my second job.
After historical Kyoto I moved north to Tokyo and enjoed this interesting city. I'm still fascinated of the Science Museum, have terrifying memories of the roller coasters in Fuji-Q park and remember many encounters with locals in shops, restaurants and subway.
In a documentary about Tokyo ...
... which are fine but one side has only a lead only 5cm from the plug, ridiculous unless you wear the iPod on your neck) and a USB splitter. Double my charging productivity there. Emerging the heat hit almost physically. I found new respect for the local I'd seen running at 12.30 when I arrived. The thought of tomorrow's interval session with Namban Rengo ("Tokyo's only serious running club catering for foreigners") is off putting, albeit in a "come on!" sense. "The market ...