Hotel Marroad Inn Akasaka
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... went to the
kitchen brought out a yam and a grater and a little dish to prove that it
really was yam on top! So two salads later, we headed home (it’s considered rude
to leave food on your plate in Japan). Had a pretty good giggle over that one –
actually I was laughing so hard tears were rolling down my face, I just couldn’t
get over the look on Brad’s face when he couldn’t find his yams!! Off to Kyoto
tomorrow on the ‘bullet train’.
... comical really).
I am quite surprised at how comfortable I feel here. I have only spent a day in Japan before and then it was only in the Sheraton Hotel so it is all new to me too. I do seem to have a real affinity with the Japanese culture though.
Hi, Kenzie here. First things first, Happy Birthday Grandy! He is 67 today. Funny enough, Nanny forgot about it until we were on the phone last night with Mum, who mentioned it. She feels so bad ...
... as yesterday.
This is the first time we have had friends overseas who can show us around, and it does make a difference. I lost count of the samples we had at the farmers market. No way would we have tasted the things we did.
The trains still run like clockwork, and they play music when the train comes into the station. Trouble is, its like Mr. Whippy music. Then while waiting for a train there is taped ...
... Tower. Until 2012 it was the main TV and radio transmission facility, and now provides visitors with great panoramic views of the city. This had to be decommissioned as a transmitter due to the very high skyscrapers that have been built through your the city making the tower not very high at all and ineffective. The aviation department of the government at the time insisted the tower be painted orange for safety reasons to prevent plane crashes. PThe new Tokyo ...
... Mark asking him about what he did today and it turns out that he slept the entire day and only got up at 5pm. Now liberated of my heavy bag of books I asked him if we wanted to go out and do some last minute shopping in Asakusa before we leave tomorrow morning. He agreed and was going to head out for some food anyway. We walked the fifteen minutes down the road back to the temple and had some more traditional Japanese dishes (not bad for a last dinner in ...