Hyatt Regency Tokyo
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHyatt Regency Tokyo Shinjuku
hyatt is a big name, and it doesn't lie. situated at the heart of tokyo, it's easy to move around.
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Travel Blogs from Shinjuku
... catch a blue marlin!
After purchasing my 60cm fish I then went around asking the best way to cook and serve it as a meal, I was told buy a few locals that the best way is to cook it straight in a pan, and serve it with nothing but just some juice and herbs on the fish. So I would when I get back to the hotel, but my next step was to go up to some local fishermen and ask if I could go out on one of ...
... to the hotel. When we got there we were so jet lagged we had a nap. We went down to the local family mart and bought ourselves some Japanese super noodles and had a sleepy jet lagged evening! Day 2 We set off at 10am with a decent sleep, we had a yummy breakfast at the local cafe chocolate and blueberry bagels :) we then made our way to shinjuku looking for the cat cafe. After some wrong turns and trying ...
We're in Japan and we're foreigners, we probably make more mistakes than we can imagine. Here are some of the ones we've picked up, compiled while on the train to Morioka
- We're always on the wrong side of escalators. Osaka-jin stand on the right, Tokyo-jin on the left, and in Kyoto no-one cares. If you're old you can be on any side you want, everyone else will adjust accordingly. If you're a foreigner, ...
... The injuries can be horrific...and that's just the for the ringside observers that these behemoths land on! Just being enveloped in that much blubber must be a suffocation risk. The fights we saw usually lasted only a few seconds, or in some rare cases, about a minute. The strange rituals before the fight usually lasted much longer than the bouts themselves- many of the rituals are derived from Shinto practice.
After lumbering into the ring ...