Hotel Okura Tokyo
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- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
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... plans for tons of walking so we headed out to Akihabara, the tech district for some gadget shopping and to just take in the scene there. Wow! Talk about visual overload both outside and inside. We ventured into one department store called Yodabashi Akiba. I was looking for an iPhone folding cover. Much to my shagrin, the iPhone 5s is obsolete here. Go figure. There was very little left to choose from. John left me to shop and he hit ...
... agree with her.
We took the train to Shinjuku station, and by that time I was about ready to fall asleep. The trip, as Nanny mentioned, was a hour and a half long, and it was late, or so I thought. Grandy told me it was half past eight and I usually go to sleep at about 10 o'clock. He told me we still had to have dinner anyway. As we walked into the station all I could see was crowds of people. I felt a little uncomfortable as I could not ...
... a good drop. I am sure that as this is a popular drink, they have the good stuff here, and not the rocket fuel I have had in Melbourne.
The beer continues to go down well too.
It was fun with Ikumi and her friends today. We really had some good laughs, and I think they may now appreciate Australian humour, whether they wanted to or not.
... but we saw beautiful gardens and the famous Double Bridge which goes over a large "Inner Moat" to the main entrance to the palace compound. We saw one of the watchtowers of the wall, just like the living quarters of the shoguns. Many cherry blossom trees all over. It seems to be the staple normal tree like we have maples. We took a water bus up the Sumida River to Asakusa. This is the main river that Tokyo was built around. We proceeded to the Sensoji Temple at ...
Day 80 - Asakusa
As I recovered from the adverse effects of last night I slept into an indecent hour in the morning completely missing the magical first sunrise of the year (which is said to have magical powers). I eventually managed to pull myself out of bed and have a shower that I desperately needed. After that I realised how hungry I was seams as how it was nearly lunch time and I hadn't eaten.
As Mark was unresponsive (most likely sleeping still) ...