Hotel Dormy Inn Akihabara
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... for rows of tuna maguro and for me a humble bowl of tuna, salmon and fish roe on rice. Each mouthful is divine, the freshness of the seafood which was caught only hours before is an experience that you shouldn’t miss out on if you are ever in Tokyo. It is just blissful. I read that Tokyo has more Michelin hats than any other city in the world, judging from the food at the humble markets it is entirely believable. All too soon, bags are packed and it is time to ...
... tray back along the railing and into the kitchen. All your soy, ginger, wasabi and tea are laid in boxes around you, so you can tuck in to your hearts delight, ordering over and over again from the touch screen in front of you. We were jet lagged and disorientated and had only been in Japan for a matter of hours, yet we stuffed ourselves silly that morning. It was amazing. Salmon, octopus, scallops, fatty tuna, egg, eel: all pinged along a high speed railing and ...
Back safely on the ship, we held a debrief at the Sports Bar before checking out the rock climbing wall, mini golf course, running track and basketball court on deck 14.
Conclusion - Loved Tokyo and can't wait to come back.
After dinner in the Dining Room with our travelling companions, Kaz headed to the cabin while Rob and Brendan went to see the concert pianist show in the theatre before heading to the pool party.
Well we landed last night at Narita airport in Tokyo. We have a 7 day JR - Japan Rail pass so we used that to get from the airport to Tokyo. We were told to get on the 19:15 train and had reserved seats, but a train came at just after 19:00 so we got on that. This train stopped at every station and we started to panic that we were on the wrong train, but ...
... did eventually manage to persuade me to leave the wonders of her flat in pursuit of some more traditional sightseeing. Mariko lives in Roppongi, which is the nightlife district of Tokyo, so on my first night (Friday) we went for a few quiet drinks there - but nothing too crazy as we had a packed weekend ahead. Mariko also began my education in Japanese food, and the first thing I learned is that all the restaurants will usually only focus ...