Hotel Green Tower Makuhari
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... with seats, orthopaedic shoes, incontinence undies and other useful stuff like that. I couldn't find any my size so I gave it a miss. The only things I bought were a couple of packets of tiny chocolate biscuits for about a dollar, and a box of chocolate almonds for $1.50, because there are no easter eggs in Japan'
On the way back to Emma's I found a store that sold Tonic water, so later I wound down to two decent gin and tonics with a slice of lemon, ...
... boarded subway to Shinjuku station, the second busiest subway station in the world, through which millions of people pass each day. Here Haruna helped us find our way to the bus stand to catch our ride to the Fuji area next day. Then she escorted us back to the neighborhood of our hotel/ryokan where a festival, a street fair, was going on. This was in celebration of the blossoming of the morning glory which, if I understood things correctly, was ...
We woke up and it was Saturday already. Having left the hostel, there were many locals with umbrellas. I had read that in Japan the the weathermen have a very tough job. If they do not give accurate readings, their jobs are at risk. I also read that the Japanese are very organised. If they have umbrellas, expect it to rain even if it looks sunny outside. Of course, after 2 hours it started lashing! Ikebukuro was on the cards for the day, There was an aquarium here and a ...
... in Tokyo, and I'm glad to say I wasn't the only one whipping out my phone to take pictures every time I saw a tree; pink-flowered branches drooping over rivers, sun-kissed pink flowers casting a shadow over a simple path. All of it was gorgeous and I soon forgot my feet were aching.
Then I went off to Shin Okubo, a "Little Korea" town. The map made it look infinitely closer than it actually was. Word to the wise: ...
... hot wings later we ventured to electric city also known as akihabra. There were lights everywhere and lots of offers of maid cares for David! After a look around we headed back to our hostel for our last night. As space is such an issue in Tokyo, one of the many styles of hotel you can stay in is a capsule hotel. Our hostel had capsule dorms so we booked into here for our last night...a little cramped for David, but an experience we probably won't get anywhere else! Next stop...xi'an ...