Hotel Nihonbashi Villa
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Having left Dubai at a disgustingly early 2:50am (and being told by the air hostess that she loved my T-Shirt, not realising it was actually dedicated to Copenhagen, despite the red blob looking rather like the Japanese flag), I was flown over Afghanistan and the Himalayas and then China and Korea before touching down in Japan in the early evening …
... to the main entrance. The timbers that make up with columns and lentils are nothing shy of huge. We grab a quick snack from a food stall between the shrine and the nearby train station. I dropped a small piece of fried chicken. A large crow eventually grabbed it before any of the pigeons could get to it. We walk further south into the hip (hipster?) neighborhood of Ebisu. It feels a little like Oxford Street in London. It feels a little like Williamsburg in Brooklyn. There are tons of ...
... we are just guessing half the time. We had lunch at one of the top sushi restaurants in the world and it was well worth the hefty pay check (paid my father). Meals are so much more fun when you have no idea what you are getting! It has been exceptionally hard to find the kind of Japanese restarunts you find in toronto with many different kinds of rolls. I haven't had a single roll yet! Most restaurants ...
-Capital city is Tokyo.
-Main language spoken is Japanese.
-Recorded in 2012, there are about 127.6 million people living in Japan.
-Japan uses Japanese yen as money.
-Japan's major religion is called Shinbutsu Shugo, or Buddhism. They also have a variation of Christianity, Islamic, Hinduism, and Sikhism.
-Is located in western Minamiashigara ...
... ourselves watching them more than the game. Our favorite - girls with big ass beer kegs strapped to their backs! A couple times an inning they would make their way to the bottom of the aisle, bow to the crowd, then slowly make their way up while offering you ice cold Asahi in your seats! Well worth the extra buck or two compared to having to brave the crowds around concession. Drink tip - spend the 800 Yen and get yourself a nice tasty brew. The 650 Yen option ...