Hotel Nikko Tokyo
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Nikko Tokyo Minato
this is the first time for me to visit tokyo, and i'm very lucky to stay at this hotel.
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... of Japanese ceramics and porcelains - their designs are tastefully elegant with imprints of seasonal changes, patterns with undulating swirls with in-lays of plum blossoms and delicate foliage scroll work to name a few. We decide on a few pieces to take home for ourselves - sets of four tea cups and bowls with what looks like a little man climbing up midway in a sea of flowers and waves. We also spend a couple of hours in Ginza which is Tokyo's most famous ...
... area. This area is know for all the weird people that dress up like little kids. In one of the streets I saw grown-ups dressing like dolls, action figures etc. And it wasn't for a purpose - they just run around like this... well weird!
After a quick Noodle-lunch (quick because the restaurant only had 20 seats and about 40 people queued up) I walked around a bit more in one of the traditional Japanese ...
... General Macarthur missed a golden opportunity to infuse English into Japanese culture during the reconstruction post 1945.
After catching up with Franklin and Alyssa, learning about Franklin's experiences working in and absorbing Japanese culture, I passed out to wake up early and go for a walk around Meguro. The following pictures ensued. Enjoy.
When I woke up I just simply just ate some goldfish for breakfast.And I headed to a mall with a movie theater when I started to watch the movie I left when I figured out it was in Japanese.So it was a good thing I brought some movies in English.Then I went to sleep in the ...
... pointed to you soon realised! So we made our way to Shibuya for our next attempt at seeing an iconic location from 'Lost in Translation', the crossing. Now this doesn't sound like much when it's described to you, after all, the traffic lights change colour and people cross the road, but this is something else. 'People' actually refers to hundreds if not almost a thousand people moving all in different directions as they cross the road. They have maybe a minute to cross before the ...