Business Inn Grandeur Fuchu
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... sounds on command with a volume control to cover the sound of even your most embarrassing bathroom noises! The sinks were also cool, with hand dryers built into the basin of the sink. But I digress, upon arrival in Tokyo - mostly we just enjoyed crawling into our Japanese pajamas (provided by the hotel of course) and getting some sleep.
We met Hiro the following morning. He took us to a hotpot restaurant, where we ate at a knee high table, and ...
... Shibuya is one of many business/entertainment districts in Tokyo and is particularly known for its famous big streetcrossing with huge crowds crossing the street every two minutes or so. I thought it would be fun to capture this on tape instead of photo. As i pulled out my camera all of a sudden i heard police sirens wailing and cops lining up to block the entire crossing. In the distance i could see a group of demonstrators coming towards me. As they entered the crossing ...
We take a train ride along the Sea of Japan up to Otaru. We walk to the Otaru music box making store. The kids have a $50 budget. You pick your own music and then glue on decorations. Anna makes a very cute little ducky music box and comes in right on budget. They have such pretty decorations that I decide to make a 15 year anniversary present for my fantastic wife. My theme is hearts, drinking Sapporo beer ...
... The complex we see today has been rebuilt.
Leading up to the temple is the shopping street of Nakamise-dori where all kinds of knick-knacks and souvenirs are on offer. We skipped the trinkets and headed right for the vendor selling hot sweet red bean buns -- delicious! At the entrance of Nakamise-dori is the Kaminarimon Gate with guardian statues and a very cool red ball latern.
After exploring Senso-ji we camped out ...
... when we talk to each other. We just try to follow universal precautions for being nice and having common sense.
After the boat, the tour ended as they dropped us off in Ginza. We thanked Shima san and walked the swanky streets. We felt underdressed. Tokyo is like an Asian NYC when it comes to the feel of the city and the stylishness of the people. It is not like China. The people dress in a western style that has an expensive look to ...
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