Hotel Lumiere Nishikasai
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... now I grin at the thought of everything we saw!
I really could say the same about this trip as a whole though. I've gained some invaluable insight about the Japanese culture and what they value in their society. It really is a beautiful country, full of innumerous intricacies such as the robotic dance show we watched. As Dr. Whitworth very aptly said, It's likely I'll be telling my grandkids about the Robot Restaurant and its truly "legendary" dance party.
... when the train came up and once everyone had moved from the train a man in a wheel chair rolled to the door where the man had placed a portable ramp. Once the men in the wheelchair had rolled off, the ramp was picked up, folded and the man left. This is just one example, but I have noticed that Japan is a very accessible city for anyone trying to get around. Their is Brial along the side walks and in buildings, on walls to list the building and floors, on cans to identify the ...
True enough with it's reputation the vibe of Takehista is distinct , animated and pulsating. Shops, bars and even shop attendants are made up gaudily you wanna click your camera every so often.
Of course when in Harajuku never ever fail to try their ever oh so famous Harajuku crepe. If the one I tried in Gotemba already took my ...
... we reached our destination. The hostel did not have a 24 hour reception service, so we had to supply a key code to the security device to enter (Just a number pad – wanted to make it sound technological and fancy). The keys to our room were left on the reception desk inside an envelope with kind greeting messages. Trying our best not to wake up anyone else in the room, well, we woke up everyone else in the room. Luckily that was just one person.
... very lucky that the helpful ladies behind the bus counter were willing to change our ticket for the next one, which didn't leave for another 45 minutes.
After a few levels of Candy Crush and Heads Up we boarded the bus. People here are nice, we mean everyone is nice, and not just normal nice, super nice like they will do anything for you at the drop of a hat. When we got on the bus there were only single seats so a man without a word of English got up, bowed to ...