Hotel Sun Oak
Travel Blogs from Koshigaya
... women dress very quirky and have cutesy accessories.
6. Many people wear face/bacterial masks.
7. There are alot of businessmen everywhere especially on the metro (at all hours of the day and night). All have fitted suits and computer bags.
8. People always have their heads buried in some form of technology. They also seem reserved so not very smiley (Not to be mistaken for rudeness as the Japanese are lovely)
9. It felt like the safest place we have ever traveled ...
... and rainy out. Since we were so exhausted and it was so late already we had to forget our original plan of trying a Japanese French Steakhouse. Instead we grabbed a couple of ebiken bento boxes from the station and took a cab straight to the hotel. The boxes were really nice looking and tasted great. Not bad at all for 8 bucks. Our Hotel Room: Although hard to find the concierge spoke good English and was super nice. But our room shocked us a ...
... its appearance is really sudden too. The tower is not lit throughout the night, so it is sometimes hardly noticeable in the night until the light comes on: The tower has been in the city’s backdrop all this while, watching over the city and its people go on with day-to-day routines, working hard but partying just as hard. Then suddenly the lights come on and the tower ...
... lockable door along with an inside light and power switches.
They were amazing, really comfortable, private and a good place for us to store everything safely, we loved them.
The bathrooms were clean and we both had a well needed shower before retiring into Annabelle’s pod to discuss our first impressions of Japan, namely that it was already awesome and we could not wait to get stuck into the rest of it in the morning.
... mattress to sleep on, so it was quite luxurious. We had a very good sleep after Enoshima.
Day 4 - Yokohama
We decided to spend the day shopping and exploring Yokohama before Lexee met up with her friend from training.
Immediately outside of the train station we found The Gap and discovered 255 yen jumpers and clothes. Lexee and I bought lots and I attempted a mangled-Japanese conversation with the sales girl about how cheap everything ...