Hotel Cocogrand Kitasenju
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... boy rule of never asking for assistance though is my main manly habit to have broken this trip. What is is with boys that they cannot ask....I speak to anyone. Even if they don't speak a word of English. I am the rule breaker in the family. Shinjuku is a shoppers paradise with department stores and high rise buildings and is organised chaos but it's clean and pleasant. Don and Max ...
22. Japanese society is homogeneous and collectivist. (For comparison, American society is individualistic.)
23. The reticence to be different makes it very hard to decide to become a Christian.
24. As a result, the average Japanese Christian is far more dedicated than the average American Christian.
25. Japanese Christian young people ask lots of questions about how we live ...
... As you can imagine there were a few swear words and less than colourful descriptions of what we were eating, but as we mentioned no one spoke English so it was fine with a smile. The chef thought we were having such a great time because of the massive smiles beaming across our faces that he decided to make us a present... Another bit of sushi made to look like a rabbit with salmon egg eyes and cucumber ears. He was so proud of this so we had to eat it. Two bites in ...
... The store was that big that I sat on the massage chairs for ten minutes. One of the store men set it up for me to have a full body massage. It was amazing. 10 minutes later all my muscles were ready to continue looking around the monstrous store. Again I didn't but anything. I think I probably would of if I was going home after Japan. The following day I checked out nice and early because there was still a lot I wanted to see in different districts. My ...
... people criss-crossing across
for quite some time. Check out the vid!
We decided to find a traditional
Japanese garden and ended up at Hama Rikyu. This large garden sits
within central Tokyo alongside Tokyo Bay. Upon entering we were
handed a free GPS audio guide which automatically talked about the
garden's history as you near areas of interest (very clever). The
garden was very picturesque, featuring a large lake with a ...