Hotel Mid In Meguro-Ekimae
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... is still quite green. Our main purpose for the reign the garden however was the water bus station located at one corner. We're heading up to Asakusa, an older portion of the city that was rebuilt after the war and retains much of its older charm. At the heart of Asakusa is the eponymous shrine. The main walking path toward the shrine is Nakamise Avenue. This pedestrian mall features shops of all kinds and is packed with people. It is close to ...
... is, cars, bikes, taxis, trucks, even cement mixers; all spotless. Streets, spotless. Cafes and self service restaurants; all spotless. Everyone tidies up their trays and leaves the tables tidy. Public toilets are exemplary and not a single smell (more on toilets later...), definitely spotless. The general public; spotless. After experiencing the onsen (hot baths) even I am spotless! All in all a clean, tidy, orderly and courteous country.... surprisingly they ...
... show. Called now Advanced Step In MObility (ASIMO). Recently acquired by Google - Boston Dynamics - has built a more impressive machine, but for military, not shows for kids and heads of states. The whole package was a good performance, enough for people to cheer on several occasions. It also sang and danced. We started too late that day and the museum was closing at 17.00 so we rushed through other sections, skipping some. It would be for another half a ...
... cloud. Needless to say we left very well. We have a beautiful view of the city and the new 2000 foot tower.
This morning after a beautiful breakfast we started out on our tour of Tokyo. We first went to the Edo museum which had wonderful displays of the history of Tokyo and Japan including dioramas with highly detailed figures. There was a display of the wigs ...
... need to wake up at 3 am so this worked out well with our jet lag. Our taxi driver dropped us off and we were lost in a wave of activity - people driving mini forklift looking machines were whizzing around delivering the latest catch. We ended up getting so lost that a nice guy driving one of those machines told us to hop on the back of his truck and zipped us right to where we needed to be. Once there you watch a presentation about safety and then they take you to the ...