Grand Park Hotel Panex Tokyo
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Very nice hospitality and very near to Kamata train station....
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... band. Lastly, she put the obi, a decorative belt, over the datejime. We were finally properly dressed for our tea ceremony. All of us got up, but we had a little trouble at first walking in the tightly fitted kimonos. Andrea exclaimed, “ I can barely breath!”, and in unison all of us then exclaimed, “Me too!”. We all laughed and followed Chiyo down the hall where had the tea ceremony. Chiyo lead us into a small waiting room, also called a ...
... We went to this cool rooftop south East Asian restaurant and ate delicious fresh Vietnamese spring rolls and pad Thai! Mmmm! So delicious. We had a few beers with tea, then back on the road we got a few more for the walk! Nils took me to an area called Golden Gui which is so cool: it like a town of teeny tiny bars that for about 5-10 people in. After we went to 'Rock bar' which was a ton of fun and I met loads of Nils' friends, just drinking and dancing the night ...
... tambourines and mic in hand we give it a good crack.
The next morning is a slow start, Nathan and Joe head off to the Tsukiji fish market and in the afternoon we head out to Oshiage to see the Tokyo skytree (lookout tower). On the way home we go underground to find a very cheap Italian dinner at restaurant chain Saizeriya (we are eating Japanese food – promise) and home to prepare for the next morning trek to Fuji Rock.
... finishing her on line classes for Geometry, Spanish and English, which will be major accomplishment! Then, Keely and Scot changed and hopped in a taxi to head to dinner at the Michelin-starred RyuGin restaurant in the Roppongi district of the city.
RyuGin is a fantastic and very sophisticated and authentic Japanese restaurant, with impeccable service, which means that we had the privilege of eating many things that are not found on the menu in many places. ...