Hotel Suave Shibuya
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... found that reassuring. I was welcomed very warmly by Fr. Maurice , a guy from Sherbrooke of the Society of Priests for Foreign Missions of Quebec. Today, my program was to rest and I did because the fatigue is beginning to " show off". For dinner we had sheppard's pie and, although I have eaten very well all through those four months, I was happy to eat something familiar in my country. I support entirely Fabien's remark who says we have a lot to learn from those Asian ...
Good morning sunny and hot Tokyo! Is there a better way to start the day than a Fresh Sushi breakfast!? And Tsukiji Fish Market is the place to be!
This is the world biggest and busiest fish market, where the freshest and rarest kind of seafood can be found. It starts its activities around 3am, with the Tuna Auction held at 5am as the most spectacular one.
The area around is one fish restaurant after the other and there's also a street market ...
... 1968, replacing the one built in 1888 and destroyed during WWII.
The palace itself is closed to the public for all but two days of the year, 2 January and 23 December (the Emperor’s birthday). It is possible, however, to take a tour of the”
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The gardens at the Imperial Palace are closed on ...
... make my day a misery.
As I'm about to sit down I hear a scream from the door and there I see Amy, screaming at me with joy. She told me that she only just happened to glance across the street. The window I was plonking my **** next to had those matte stickers obscuring visibility inside the shop partially, and only my hair was visible above it. She recognised my wild brown hair instantly, and with wild abandon ran across the street into the shop. Reena hadn’t seen me ...
... When we arrived, we were given a safety vest and they made us sit on the floor in a small room, in rows, just as if we were tunas before being auctioned. This is how we felt. As we were part of the “second shift”, we spent more than an hour and a half waiting on the floor. Most people playing with their phone, others with a book or the Tokyo guide and some were sleeping. When it was time, we marched to the ...