Hotel Associa Shin-Yokohama
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... of our time trying to find just the business district and thinking at every point we were getting close, yet everything seemed so far away.
By now we had found a park of sorts in one of the precincts. Situated in a little neighborhood that we unaware of and somewhere off our map. We walked up this giant hill to find a look out point that showed the entire city. The Business District looked to be in our sights now. As we walked through the back streets ...
... with an English menu and some vegetarian options so I stopped and had some yakitori.
After dinner I found the tori marking the entrance to the Kabukicho neighborhood, the largest red-light district in Tokyo, which is near the beginning of the walk. I followed the walk through Kabukicho and on to the Golden Gai neighborhood, an area with a bunch of tiny bars. Around that time it started ...
... some like this will be developed in the future.
We had a little more of a wander around Daiba before we decided to head back to the hotel for a little break. We stopped off at the hotel at this point for a little while and then headed back out to the Tokyo Skytree.
We thought we would eat whilst we were there as it was already.early evening by this point. We got on the JR Yamanote line and changed further down ...
Yokohama is our last port of call before we get back to Hawaii. We aim to make the most of it and its close proximity to Tokyo. Travelling in Japan has turned out to be harder than any other country we have been to. When there are signs they are rarely in English, and when they are in English they point in a certain direction, but all the subsequent signs are in Japanese so ...
... totally knew how cute she was. I even got a picture with another girl and her mother. I felt a little strange about it at first but my friend Marek set it up.
Our next stop was lunch. We went to a restaurant and had shrimp and vegetables tempura. It was pretty good! We had to take our shoes off and got to sit down on the floor. There were mats and there was a lowered, open space under the table for our legs. After lunch, we visited The Royal Palace. We could not go inside but ...
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