InterContinental Hotel Tokyo Bay
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... just "like they do in Japan". Then drinks at the beach bar with too loud laughing... Cab ride home. again :-) the next day we ended up at this really amazing standing sushi bar. they had pieces of fish in front of them, you pick the sushi that you want and they do it in front of you. yellowtail, salmon, tuna, caviar, mackerel, octopus, something else, something else - all washed down with some lovely sake. on the poster for that joint we saw a lobster with a... ...
... definitely seemed to cater more to westerners. There were some lovely looking restaurants, French, Texan, vegetarian...and lots of salons and little boutiques. It seemed like a little village within the city so I can imagine it probably is a nice area to live. I was pretty tired by the end of the day and after a quick ice cream at a place called Ritatino I headed back and had a FaceTime sesh with my bro and Auntie so a nice way to end the ...
... Just unbelievable.
It's sort of an Asian version of the work Faberge did for the Romanoff’s in Russia. Gold, jewels and other gorgeous materials are transformed into howdahs, encrusted with diamonds, to ride atop elephants. Huge peacocks with sapphires and inlaid with beetle wings. We are mesmerized.
The Thai Queen commissioned the work which was done by farmers, students and others. Some pieces took 2+ years to complete and well over 100 ...
... www.tokyocamii.org/publicViews/h ome founded by the Russian Turks from Kazan in 1938 Downstairs was a turkish cultural centre. Again the congregation was full but it was a complete cross sectoin of people from turkey to indonesia. Also there were muslim tourists as a lot of people were ...
... day and I could see Mt Fuji from my window. I went to Shinjuku and walked around from the government building lookout (free and worth it!) down through the skyscraper area and an interesting area with electronic shops and small ramen stores. I picked up a tasty bowl of ramen here for 480¥, bargain! Walking along the southern terrace was nice, and then on the other side the Kabuchiko area was also pretty cool to walk around.