Hotel Sunroute Shimbashi
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... series of Konji mis-reads and a sea of people. I suggest we use one of our tricks that has worked all over the world, stop and have a coffee while we ask for directions and consult our navigational aids (and perhaps acquire a Wi-Fi connection so we can use maps.google). After a very nice cup of strong coffee but no Wi-Fi, we are informed that the restaurant we seek - Sometaro Okonomiyaki - is just behind the street we are on. Eventually a very nice Japanese woman, ...
... At least I went up there tho. There was also windows in the floor so that was great to deal with.
We then met up with Ayaka one of Adams friends, we did coffee and shopping and then parted ways as we had our Ninja meal waiting for us. It was just as amazing as it was last time. We entered the restaurant via the secret entrance and did the ninja magic to make the door appear. Then we were in the ...
... any high quality pictures, so what you see is all I can show you. In
November there is a Tim Burton exhibition planned, which I would not have minded
seeing at all. Oh well, can’t have it all now, can we?
The museum was something else. I mean this in a good way, an excellent
way even. The entire exhibition was about connections and relationships.
The first exhibit was a woman sitting at a table with several pieces of
cloth on the far ...
... had enough (and I was admittedly pretty tired too) so we went back to the hotel. The second night we also met an old classmate of Sarah's, Misato, who used to live in Bali but had moved to Osaka years earlier and this was the first time they met since! We went for Xiabu-Xiabu with her and it was soooo much easier to have someone speak Japanese rather than talk suuupppeeeer slooooowllly aaaand pooooiiinnnt aaattt different things in the menu until the understood. Misato ...
... is the Japanese equivalent of the French croissant, in the fact that it is infinitely better in its country of origin - no matter where you have a croissant in the World, it just doesn't compare to one baked in France by a French baker, with all other croissants in the World merely pretenders to the throne. There is a true art to sushi and quite often, like any other Japanese profession, it's not a matter of years to attain proficiency, but decades. It takes ...