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 ...
... gate an hour and a half before take off. Yay! Made it to Matsuyama ok. We got to check into one room and we all put our luggage there. Then we went to walk by the house Auntie Haruko built. Here is the condensed story: Haruko sells pharmacy in Anai - Builds this nice house in Matsuyama - Gets married to Jitsjuro Okada - Haruko dies - Jitsuro dies next - Jitsuro's daughter and son inherit house and Aunties money - daughter sells house, pays off all her loans and builds ...
... Purely for your pleasure, we filmed our first encounter of the Japanese toilet wash... See the loo laughter videos below. After this experience we vowed to become properly accustomed to such Japanese differences... still finding it hard not to squeal.
Luckily for us, we are visiting Tokyo during the National Sumo Wrestling competition, so obviously, a trip to the ...
... 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.
We were wide awake from 4am and then fell asleep when it was time to get up, good old jet lag! Had our breakfast in the lounge, the only place we've eaten since getting here, which is keeping expenses down. We headed off on foot this morning all the way to and through Yoyogi Park, to where Tokyo Rainbow Pride was taking place. Wandered around that for a bit and watched a lady sing 4 songs, everyone ...