Hotel Shiba Yayoi Kaikan
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... to meet up, but couldn't see them.
I waited and waited for half an hour before I decided to venture out into the torrential splash with an extremely sour mood. I was hungry, wet, and incredibly annoyed at not having found my friends. I walked around Akihabara for an hour, initially looking through a few stores here and there, but not really in the right mood to peruse and enjoy the huge department stores.
After an hour of browsing in my grim mood, I decided I needed food. ...
... be at least 16 years of age. This would be perfect for school students if they wish to learn about the importance of working in a team.
After an exhausting day of running around to cover as many options possible, I pretty much collapsed once I reached the hotel. After decided to go just outside the hotel and grab some food from one of the take away shops, I was eager for bed.
... Onsen is a traditional Japanese bath house where you strip naked, store your clothes in a locker room, and then enter a communal bathing center where you wash yourself while sitting on a tiny plastic stool. Finally, you enter the communal bath which is usually sourced from a natural hot spring. I was the only foreigner both times I went to an onsen which oddly made it less terrifying. I guess if you can't communicate with someone, they can't judge you? ...
... were very friendly and their English was extremely good. We spent a very pleasant couple of hours with them walking around the shrine, learning about its history, taking photographs and drinking coffee. The shrine is a popular place for weddings and we saw several wedding parties. The brides were wearing white like Western brides, but of course their outfits were wedding Kimonos rather than wedding dresses. Instead of veils the brides wore large hats (called the ...
So a short trip on Shinkansen from Kyoto to Tokyo and a short sleep in our hotel, and i was on my way to meet Viv in the airport. he only booked the flight on wednesday to fly in tokyo on friday - typical flight booking for us nowadays :-) it was an hour train ride back to Tokyo and we started testing Tallisker... gosh, life was suddenly very very funny, yet not to the poor Japanese around us on the train... Then we ventured out to the Japanese bar for some food where ...