Hotel Nihonbashi Villa
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Great location, great prices, great service. An absolute pleasure to stay in the hotel.
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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 …
... I fight the thought that Asakasa reminds me of EPCOT, but yield resigned to the signifier replacing the signified.
We lunch at a kaiten (conveyer belt) sushi shop where I am overly impressive to the girls (and myself) for ordering cokes and nori miso soup successfully. A few onegaishimasu's and repeating back a last item, but it feels empowering nonetheless to dip back into a kansai accented register. I'd forgotten my voice can ...
... on offer in the entertainment package and decided to spend the $10 and treat ourselves to something nice for the 9 hour flight. We watched American Sniper first which was a bit intense and quite sad, followed by Night at the Museum 2 to lighten up the mood. After the second movie Darren had a nap whilst I watched Laggies and when he woke we turned on Horrible Bosses 2 and ordered some Asahi's. I had packed us some plane survival snacks so we ...
... morning. We then headed for lunch (you guessed it) our last chance for Ichiran ramen! We are really going to miss this stuff!!!
We then picked up our bags and walked to our hotel to check in. Our hotel was located within an impressive skyscraper with the lobby on the 20th floor. It was a very smart hotel and more upmarket than our previous accommodation. We were very lucky as we were given a room on the top floor ...
... To the right was a statue of a figure I didn’t recognise (It looked like a gooey blob with an apple for a nose) holding a tray of sweet cakes and the entrance to the first exhibition room.
Willing to create some more suspense for the film I decided to explore some of the exhibitions first. I took a right and entered into a dark room. The first thing I noticed was two large doll houses against the wall, all the windows were open and inside were screens of ...