Hotel Grand City
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... of Toshima-ku. I walk five kilometers a day to my school in Waseda (yes I could take the train, but I like walking and school doesn't start until 13:20 anyway so I'm in no hurry.) This is how it looks like in my area. Loads of pics; part 2 will continuate with more ...
... It’s $50/night so it’s cheap for a hotel and expensive for a hostel. However, it was amazingly comfortable and the staff was wonderful. You have to take off your shoes when you first get in and they give you slippers to wear on their worn in hardwood floors. The rooms have the rice paper windows you see in movies and it is very nicely decorated.
1/23 arrived on 15 min of sleep bc of red eye flight but excellent first day. Everything that Taiwan should be. ...
... and incredibly willing, helpful and friendly staff. I can't wait to see what adventures tomorrow brings, but right now, clean and relaxed, that futon is looking pretty comfy after all the cramped airplanes sleeping. And I am no contortionist.
Funny thing of the day: It's not enough that we are spending 2 weeks in Japan, but while on layover in Detroit, we ate at a Japanese restaurant in the airport.
... settled all that business Brock and I went to Akihabar, the discount electronic area of the city. This was pretty impressive. There were hundreds of electronic shops; most small privately owned but some huge huge huge stores selling everything that is electronic. There were alleys of crammed in street stalls too. The main items of interest appeared to be phones, computers, sound systems, TVs, and video games. There were different areas for different types of ...
... so much cool clothes (they were all like olden day clothes). I love Harajuku. We then went to Shibuya and there is so many people! The crossings were so crowded it was like being in a very small room with lots of people in it. Guess what we had for dinner? Robot sushi! It was awesome. You ordered by pressing a screen and then a robot tray arrived with you ...