Hotel Mets Tsudanuma
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... pickled ginger and hoped the sushi didn't taste as slimey as it looked................................. ...............and there, to my surprise, in the middle of a sushi bar in Tokyo i ate the raw tuna and quite liked it. The chefs were great fun and i noticed its a real skill the way they slice, trim and decorate the fish as they prepare sushi.
From the fish market we jumped in a taxi to Ginza - the main shopping street in ...
... thanks. A last 4 month period is missing to this Round the World tour. I hadplanned to leave next August for that last part. For different reasons it is most probable that my travelings will take place at that time. Nevertheless I will keep your email address and will inform you when the time comes to leave again. You will then have the oportunity to tell me if you want to follow me again. As I am finishing this blog, an earthquake of 4 degrees is shaking Tokyo...Bring me to Gatineau ...
... us feeling that w haven't really got to grips with Japan or it's people. Whilst it's not been as difficult as we'd anticipated to travel independently it had been at times quite hard work and we're left feeling that there were many opportunities to engage more deeply with the country and people that we've walked past unawares. Whilst most people come and visit endless castles, gardens, old streets and temples we feel that ...
One of things that is on the list of to do for Tokyo is the Tsukiji Fish Markets. Guess how we got there? Yes by train! They are fantastic markets, heaps of food. The actual wholesale fish section is closed to the public. If we had wanted to go see this, we'd have to get up at 4 to get tickets. Sorry, not that keen. We spent time looking at all the stalls. Scott got an eggy thing which they make by cooking layer upon layer of fine egg to build up a bit block- tamagoyaki. It ...
... a small unassumming place run by two Japanese guys who also do the cooking.
Unlike the eateries back home, here you place your order and pay the amount via the vending machine, a stub will come out which you will show to the chef. Wait for the order and enjoy.
The challenge will always be w/ communicating with them since few to none speaks English. ...