Hotel Wing International Meguro
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Slept like logs last night, the futon mats were more comfortable than I expected. We have had a really nice day today, starting with breakfast in a Japanese fast food restaurant where you order and pay for your food from something like a vending machine, it then gives you a ticket to give the waitress who then brings your food within minutes! We caught the train to Shibuya where there was a massive shrine which was dedicated to Emperor Meiji and his wife. It was a ...
... and where you can see young girls dressed as dolls or in gothic style. Elena is amazed that people here dress how they want!
As we were walking, we realized that there were no garbage cans on the street and so we had to carry our garbage with us back to the hotel. We thought it was a nice way to make people responsible of their own waste. Ah! We also saw vending machines everywhere!
... Hodi" (all you can drink) Karaoke. The establishment obviously wasn't used to European drinking habits, but after a bit of education they understood what we wanted and kept our booth stocked up with plenty of beer. Karaoke booths have a habit of making time disappear and before knew it it was 6am. After several hours of butchering Frank Sinatra and free flowing alcohol we stumbled out in the morning light. Unfortunately this culminated with a run ...
... to see. They were super cute but even though I know they're bears I couldn't help but notice that they kind of just look like big men in a bear suit by the way they sit and just eat and stuff. Regardless they were super cute and you could see why they were so popular! Afterwards we grabbed lunch at a nearby pizza place ( side note you wouldn't believeeeee how hard it is to find sushi places around here!! Crazy I know but we've been looking everywhere and have failed ...
... and that I (as you probably
would too if you come as a tourist) had to wait in line to get my JR Pass it,
took me 3 hours from leaving the plan to arriving at my hotel. Impressive
C) Japan wants to make sure that soda cans can be
used to hammer a nail in. These things are so thick I really wonder how they manage
to crush them for recycling. Maybe they just reuse them?
D) While I’m talking about cans, ...