Hotel Villa Fontaine Hatchobori
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... nooks and crannies to poke around in, and insights into the making of Ghibli anime, think Totoro and Spirited Away. Located on the edge of a large park, you arrive there after a beautiful 15 minute walk along a canal which all add to the experience. A few hours there and then back to the hotel to finally rest.
That evening Joe & Sarah arrive….literally running into them in the hotel corridor. Who needs 'meet-up' plans. The merry band ...
... and rice.)
- Visit to Costco
- Landmark Tower in Yokohama
- Many trips around town (Akihabara, Shibuya, Shinjuku, Ginza, Roppongi, ...
How time flies! Tokyo and Japan is in my memories, but while writing this I'm already sitting at home and working in my second job.
After historical Kyoto I moved north to Tokyo and enjoed this interesting city. I'm still fascinated of the Science Museum, have terrifying memories of the roller coasters in Fuji-Q park and remember many encounters with locals in shops, restaurants and subway.
In a documentary about Tokyo ...
... in Thailand this felt more peaceful and tranquil and I think much of this can be attributed to the design. 2) Takeshita street This was a fun, noisy street to check out. It seemed to cater to Japanese teens and had all the latest fashion to check out. I noticed people here love cats and this was featured all over sweaters, t-shirts and even umbrellas. People also love socks (the style is a la Clueless) and I spent 20 minutes browsing in ...
We only had one day in Tokyo, but it really was a full day. Our first stop was to the Tokyo Tower. This is (for now) the highest structure in Japan. Another tower is nearly completed (may even be open this summer) which is taller. What the visit to the tower does for you is have a view of all of Tokyo. Had it been a clearer day, we could have seen all the way to Mt. Fuji. But the ...