Hotel Villa Fontaine Hatchobori
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... running through my veins, bouncing between fear and excitement, mostly wondering what the F**K i am doing going from a town of 20K to a city of 35+ million, looking around for anyone to give a big High Five too.....with no success I end up looking like a idiot and giving myself one
I finally find my way to the terminal that I supposed to be on, run over my directions to the hostel about 15 times, "I GOT THIS!" My directions say in big bold letters DO NOT ...
... Onsen (volcanically heated spas) since we left Tokyo, so more on that in the next post. But Coco took us to a brilliant one.
Before going out in Shibuya that night, we had a pleasant encounter with an old friend of Gabe's, James Porter, who happened to be staying at a Tokyo hotel on business (he's now a ship-broker, and judging by the hotel he was staying in quite a successful one!). We had drinks with him in the Peninsula ...
-Capital city is Tokyo.
-Main language spoken is Japanese.
-Recorded in 2012, there are about 127.6 million people living in Japan.
-Japan uses Japanese yen as money.
-Japan's major religion is called Shinbutsu Shugo, or Buddhism. They also have a variation of Christianity, Islamic, Hinduism, and Sikhism.
-Is located in western Minamiashigara ...
... in the late 1980s. Pricing today seems relatively reasonable for everything from food to transportation, and the overall attitude is no longer one of supremacy and elitism, but much more one of resignation and humility.
After our visit to the museum, we took a taxi to the Asakusa district to see the Sensoji Temple (an important pilgrimage site) and enjoy some of the cherry blossoms, which were just beginning to show themselves in some of the beautiful ...
Today daphne sand I went looking for a star bucks to find some wifi. Well we found the star bucks but needed wifi to register, so we didn't end up getting on the internet. We got an early morning start and went to kamakura, and asakusa. Kakakura is located south of tokyo near the ocean by Yokohama. It is famous for the temples and the bronze and gold Buddha. The Buddha itself was erected over ...