Ikebukuro Royal Hotel
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The headline means "free time" (or "sick day" for all it's worth - the japanese don't have two separate words for it) and since I just got a blog that can upload pictures I thought I'd upload something ^.^ I live in Kamiikebukuro, a small area close to Ikebukuro in ...
... pushes through and sits in the invalid spot. Everyone
looks uncomfortable, and someone finally has the guts to actually tell him off.
In response, he points towards the syringe on the window above him, and a
collective sigh goes across the entire section.
I walked down from the subway to the gardens, meanwhile marvelling at
the huge and modern glass buildings surrounding me. Almost at the gardens, I decided
to grab my guidebook to see if there ...
... only because the beer was terrible but also because that took up valuable internal real estate that would've best been suited for the ludicrously good broth. I was completely full but would still periodically slurp a few spoonfuls because HOW CAN I NOT?? So glad that we found it.
So today was a good food day. Great sushi in the morning, amazing ramen in the evening (and some ****** tourist trap time place in the afternoon, meh). Pretty tired after a long day. Tomorrow, Nikko!
... suits performing some kind of blessing ritual with many bows and drum sounds. Quite impressive.
Then I wrote down my personal blessing on wood and hung in under one of the blessing trees. It was a beautiful and special place and can recommend anybody visiting Tokyo to visit the shrine. Next to Shibuya...a kind of Times Square area with a plethora of restaurants, pubs, clubs, shops and crazy sounds... a complete wakening up call after ...
I have been in Tokyo for the last couple of weeks, mainly spending time with family and stuffing myself silly with Japanese cuisine :D I have not seen most of my extended family in over 4 years so it has been so nice seeing them. I'm also reunited with my father, brother and sister-in-law from the States who I hadn't seen in almost a year. I met my second cousin for the first time. We attended a family event ...