Hotel Villa Fontaine Kayabacho
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... back to Yokohama at midnight - KARAOKE!!! So it was that I hired a decent sized booth on my own and proceeded to murder artists ranging from Elton John to Lady Gaga, and the cast of Les Miserables. I was truly appalling, which I'm sure is not the case when I sing along to the radio alone in the car. Such was my belief that I could do better that I actually extended my misery by an hour, slightly to the surprise of the hostess, during which time ...
... of ancient Edo into the modern day Tokyo. Highlights:
1. Wearable, free, English audio guide that automatically detects proximity to certain exhibits and begins speaking explanations in your ear - amazing!
2. Scale replicas of many different Tokyo scenes throughout history.
3. Apparently there's been a recent rush of ancient artifact discovery in Japan and there are a bunch of new 3000+ year-old fossils and archaeological items that are ...
... of the country, but the response was a look of, "Are you serious?" We were definitely in the big city and traditions of courtesy like in so many places have sadly fallen to the wayside.
Never was this population overload more felt than while experiencing the frenzy of the Ginza shopping district. People were of one frame of mind - fast ...
... you get a bird's eye view of the crowds. Its an amazing sight and equally amazing are the neon signs and video screens lighting up the night sky. Its a mad experience, such a contrast to the great temples of Japan. In the midst of the cities you will see a shrine or a temple, just to serve as a reminder as to where you are.
Again the train journey was busy back to Ueno, sardines come to mind!
... gone-by Japan.
After Tokeiji we headed back to the Kita-Kamakura station and make our way back to Tokyo for our final night there. It was on this return journey where we had probably our most significant train mix-up of the trip. We boarded a train at Kita-Kamakura that we thought was headed to Tokyo. We realized we got on the wrong train and got off at the next stop and returned to Kita-Kamakura to catch the right train. Again, all of this ...