Royal Hills Kisarazu View Hotel
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... telecommunications and tourist hub.
Opened in 1958, with a total cost of 3 billion yen at that time, it required a year and a half and 220,000 workers in total for completion.
The tower has the main observatory at 150 meters and the special observatory at 223.5 meters, both enabling visitors to enjoy a 360-degree panoramic view of Tokyo, such as high-rise buildings in the nation's capital, the Tokyo Skytree broadcasting tower which began operating in ...
... sushi bar! A very nice Englishman pointed out that they had been waiting slightly over 6 hours and it was about to be their turn! As it was 12:30PM, I quickly concluded they arrived at dawn! With that new info we made our way back to the market and selected a restaurant with a very short line and a giant freshly carved Tuna head and spine sitting on a table in front of the door. As it turned out, this place was incredible and it definitely provided the best ...
... a gourmet selection cheese board finished off what had been a fantastic experience. So I thought, until Craig decided we hadn't drank enough wine and ordered yet another bottle.
Taka had work tomorrow so caught a taxi home. The three of us went for another couple of pints nearby. We didn't want to leave really, we were having, and had had such a lovely time with Craig and Taka in Japan.
Observation (slash learning) corner.
- Almost zero litter ...
... to the fullest.
Suffice it to say, the Tokyo National Museum is amazing and has a collection of
artefacts that will astound even the most astute museum-goers. The two of us
ended up sitting in the back of an auditorium watching some traditional Chinese
performances while drinking whiskey from a tiny bottle.
Something I haven’t mentioned so far is that today it rains. I realise how
grammatically unusual that last sentence is, but as there is ...
... it has all of the Eastern culture that you would want to get from Asia but none of the third world problems that are in Asian countries that are still developing. The transportation is amazing, the tourist infrastructure is well developed, and enough people speak a few words of English where you can get by. Japan is more similar to America than to Cambodia or to China, by far.
Okay enough sweeping generalizations.. Here are some of my ...