Hotel Maruchu Classico
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... to the heart of Tokyo
... for entering -.- somethng Tomas´ guidebook hadn´t mentioned at all. Lest our sprits be not let down - we saw that there was a big temple nearby. It very well was, and after getting there we discovered that this was the temple of the 47 ronin - a famous japanese (true) legend from the samurai era. The legend speaks of the samurai clan whos master gets murdered. A samurai without master is a ronin - and so the 47 ...
... Mt Fuji... View was only accessible from the bar, that I left some minutes ago. Good job guys haha.
When I visited the upper level, it was less crowded, but not sure it was worth the extra costs. At least I did many pix, hopefully some will give a good result.
I tried to wait for the sunset, but it was too long staying there. So I decided to leave and go back slowly to Asakusa area. I took the train Tokyo Skytree tower line that ...
A TALE OF TWO CITIES Merrill here. Kyoto is really two places. We spent three nights there and experienced both. Our visit happened to coincide with the Gion Matsuri, the biggest festival of the year. The city was packed with tourists, Japanese and foreign. Floats festooned with ornaments and art with historical significance were all over the Central part of Kyoto where we were staying, awaiting the big parade on July 17 (we did not stay for the parade). Leading up to the parade, at ...
... little to no English at all and waited for all of us the entire way and walked with us and guided us all the way there! There obviously was a huge language barrier and I am still amazed by how that did not stop us from having and keeping conversation. Again, the people in Japan are SO NICE!
Did I tell you all the toilet seats here are warm…I’m obsessed.