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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Sunroute Kawasaki
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... hand leaflets to any passing men. In the doors and windows pictures of dislocated bits of young, very white women accost strollers... bums, deep cleavages, hands pushing breasts together. Faces of coy-looking girls, with alabaster complections, look alarmingly young.
Philippine girls are the featured girls of one bar. Signs indicate bars, like Cute Babes, Wow, What's Up, on upper floors.
A thin girl, balancing on stiletto heels, in a ...
... go to the most famous square in Tokyo. The one you see on all the films, and all the pictures. The one that is supposed to be totally crazy and you just stand there with your hand over your mouth in disbelief and take in all the Japanese-ness you could ever hope to behold. It was busy-ish but not anything like we'd been led to believe. Darkness came and it looked just like the pictures, and then rain came and we were the only people without a brolly in a sea of eye ...
... in his throat. After an hour or so, we headed off to our next destination, the Imperial Palace Gardens.
The Imperial Palace is located in the heart of Tokyo in the government district. Emerging from the underground train station, the area felt much more sanitised, quiet and controlled than other parts of Tokyo. This was a nice change from other parts of Tokyo, which are much more crowded and chaotic. We quietly strolled through the streets until we reached ...
... where we learned to make Japanese soup and sushi rice and sushi rolls. We then ate what we had made for lunch. It was great fun. Tonight we are going to have a calligraphy demonstration before our farewell dinner.
Japan has been very interesting and I have learned a lot about their culture. They believe that the student should always surpass the teacher. That is a sign of respect. They feel they ...
... available to view, it would have been much better. Still, it was a good way to spend a day, and pretty exhausted we made our way to the train station to get back to Kawasaki before peak hour hit.
Selecting a nice looking Tonkatsu (pork snitzel) restaurant from the underground food arcade in Kawasaki, we were less than impressed when a posh looking Japanese couple were ushered in, and immediately lit up cigarettes, to the disgust ...