Hotel Sunroute Ariake
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Smoking rooms available
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... off dried shredded shrimp in the street, he was stood on a stool with polystyrene containers stacked up to make his table. We stopped at the family mart and bought some sushi, it was sort of a pic and mix and hoped for the best that we liked it because there is no English writing on the packets; we liked them... Well I did! Scott wasn't too fussy haha! The next stop was back to Ueno to visit the national history museum, a lovely ...
Tokyo is great. Alex and I just got back from a little ramen cafe which was fun - luckily it had pictures of the food - it was nice to sit at the counter and watch the guy go about cooking all the bases and noodles and throwing the boiling water on the floor to give it a clean.
On Friday and Sunday we went for wanders around Tokyo, mainly areas close to us; Nakano, Shinjuku, and Harajuku. We bought some lunch from a shop called Mister Donut and ...
... at the window counter that looked out over Shibuya and it was a lovely place to sample some more great Japanese beers and watch the world go by. I started with a Monster C IPA, which was a monster, at 7% and followed that with a Teikoku IPA. Both were lovely. Back at the hotel, we rounded off our evening with a nice hot bath in our respective communal baths. After a long day of walking, 4 pints of IPA and a hot bath, I was asleep pretty much the moment that I climbed into the ...
Next we wandered around the bridge over top pf the train tracks and watched the JR trains come in and out of the station. We also enjoyed one last Kirspy Kreme doughnut haha I just had to indjuge, Canada doesn't have them anymore! I savoured every last bite and watched the Japanese world go by, technically savouring every last moment that occurred today also.
We headed back to the guesthouse to check out and grab our bags. ...
... with lots of gardens around it, where the emperor & empress used to enjoy visiting, it was very hard to believe we were in the middle of a city. At the entrance to the shrine we paid our respects by cleansing our hands and mouth before entering. We brought a little wooden tablet to write prayers & wishes on, then hung it around a sacred tree to be blessed each day. We caught the train back to Asakusa & although we feel like we are getting the hang ...