Hotel Mystays Hamamatsucho
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... his Suntory Hibiki 17. Although we really wanted some ramen, we ordered a pizza (or a Japanese interpretation of pizza). The radicchio and zucchini did not distract from the tastiness. The best part was probably the incredible view of Tokyo at night. We could see the Tokyo Tower and the Skytree.
The Park Hyatt is an incredible hotel. It makes us feel like we're in a William Gibson novel. Not only is ...
... of East and West, and the rising sun. Tip your hat to the well dressed locals and notice the serene, quiet, tranquil atmosphere of Japan's capital; Land of the Rising Sun at my footstep. Fish markets and delectable dinners. Sunny mornings and crisp air. A walk in the park and a bowl of noodles. Lead me to the highest building and show me ...
... railroads (for the regular train, dummy, not the
subway, the subway and the regular train have the same station location) After
passing a few entrances, I decided to try my luck and finally ventured down
into the air-conditioned underground halls. In terms of temperature, I am glad
I did as topside was getting very hot with all the concrete, steel and glass to
reflect what feels to me like a Saharan heat wave.
We arrived in Tokyo by Shinkansen and walked from Shi****wa station to our hotel. What a complex! Almost 4,000 rooms in 4 separate towers. We leave our bags and head out with the group to Shibuya by local train. Immediately outside the station is the statue for Hachikō, an Akita dog. Hachikō used to come to Shibuya station every day and await his owners return from work. One day his owner died while at work, and didn't return home. Every single day Hachikō returned ...
... what it would have been like to travel through Japan 20 years ago when very little was transliterated and nearly everything was written in kanji, the script borrowed from Chinese that is one of three scripts used in Japan (they have another one that is phoenetic, but more verbose and a final script used solely for words borrowed from foreign languages). According ...