Imperial Hotel Tokyo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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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 ...
We set off early in the morning to the Chitose Airport. Again the traffic and the noise, even at rush hour, don't seem too daunting. Everyone seems incredibly polite on the road and honking is at a minimum. Security at the airport is odd: the undersides of the cars are checked, but not the insides; we’re scanned by hand-held metal detectors, but our luggage isn’t scanned or opened.
I must admit I was apprehensive about ...
... fascinating place purely because everything works as you think it should and that's not just because the platform attendant runs everywhere in order to get his job done and the waitress is at your table the very moment you need her, (and sometimes actually before you realise you need her) but because everyone has a part to play - and they put so much pride into it. We weren't there long, we didn't scratch the surface but the impression I was left with was that ...
... was in the mid to late 20's, so they must've been roasting. They were backed up by other kids similarly dressed who were peppered within the crowd repeating and further encouraging the crowd. These looked like the main kids liutenants or something. Then there were kids in just the teams colours also going mental with the most over the top clapping and cheerleaders holding signs and doing their little dances. None of these kids were actually ...
... with businessmen on their way to work, Aaron, Sam, Wasserman, and Alex enjoyed a traditional Japanese breakfast at a Denny's around the corner, which Wasserman finished off with a refreshingly icy dessert. Mike, shockingly, woke up too late to eat breakfast. We killed some time before our afternoon tour by visiting the Imperial Palace, conveniently located just a few blocks away.
From noon to 5pm we partook in one of the more unusual ...