Imperial Hotel Tokyo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... lighting in the room, the bathroom and in the walk-in wardrobe - this last item had space for clothes, our suitcases, shoes and had a dressing table with power points. There also was a 'valet cupboard' - if you had a delivery (e.g. the newspaper) this gets placed in the cupboard from the outside and a light goes on in the room to inform you of the delivery. The same process works in reverse - e.g. if there's laundry, you put this in the cupboard and press a button ...
... off, which was the state we were probably at. Beer for 500¥, luxury. And it was the bar's own beer, which I like a lot. All the wandering around on top of a late start-de rigeur in Rappongi-meant that two beers at Heartland took us beyond midnight and I skedaddled, leaving Dominic to make his own fun/way home later. I'd missed the metro, though, and after realising I could get my aborted journey cancelled I came out of a different exit, realising ...
... this area, I hardly spotted any tourists. When I did, there always tended to be a shared expression of content in the midst of this madness.
One of the things I had to check out while here (thanks to Samantha Brown's Japan) was the cat cafe phenomenon that have been popping up in many populous cities of Japan. A cat cafe is, just that, a coffee shop…with cats! In big cities like Tokyo, many apartment rules do not allow for animals so this is a therapeutic place ...
Where do I begin? I guess for one thing, I might like to make clear that international travel- at least the way I travel internationally -is not glamorous. It's fun. It's exciting. It's always a beautiful learning experience. But glamorous? No. From the very beginning its hallmark is relatively constant physical discomfort. 10 hours locked in the economy class section of a Boeing 747 kick starts that. Yes, you (typically) get your own TV screen with movies, ...
... streets to the bizarre backdrop of locals of all ages sucking on penis and vagina shaped lollypops. Afterwards we chilled in the sun around Yokohama Bay, travelling on the crowded metro in a big, tired group-hug formation – no doubt a bizarre sight for the locals.
That night I experienced my first earthquake! This was the one thing I was hoping to experience but could not organise for myself. Again Glichelle laughed at my goofy excitement ...