Intercontinental Plaza Hotel
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... Normally, samples are limited by quantity (so you can theoretically sample several types of beer). At Kirin, we only had about 15 minutes to stay in the sampling area. While we could enjoy several (endless?) samples, we had to leave by the end of the tasting period. Consequently, we felt a little rushed and compelled to slam our beers and leave. But, being well-trained Cougs from WSU, we were prepared.
After enjoying the wares of the Kirin Beer Village and surveying ...
... The rest of this room is set up like a movie set. Chicago has been destroyed in a battle between the Autobots and Decepticons. The city has been reduced to rubble, but Bumblebee stands tall with the American flag! And Optimus is standing tall and speaking to us, yet we have no idea what he's saying because he's speaking in Japanese. This set is very detailed and intricate, something like a model of a movie set.
Moving on to ...
... meet one of the kindest persons I've met to date, and his Japanese name was even easy to remember, namely Kazuki (the gamers among us will know why ^^). He was the person who I was sitting next to for the following 12 hours and thankfully he was all to happy to tell me everything he knows about Tokyo and Japan. Within half an hour I had a list of all local cuisines of the cities I was planning to visit and also the names of these cities in Japanese to ...
... all! Apparently these are all normal behaviours?! The strangest things are challenging...I set my phone to vibrate rather than ring and then couldn't turn the ringer on again...eventually asked the concierge who very kindly helped out the weird foreign woman! The next day I couldn't turn the phone on at all and finally had to resort to asking the cashier in Starbucks....damn those Japanese buttons! Similarly I took a bag to be mended at a Mister Minit ...
... booths with food from among with never dying Turkish Kebab and funny truck with Hawaiian food could not stop us. Only huge cue to entrance to small stage switch on old memories and by sentiment to PRL (Polish Peoples Republic - former communist times) I thought we should try. Attaching picture. JAPANESE GRILL AND KABUKI THEATER As wise people tent to say, everything has reason. Thanks to Jazz Festival we moved forward right in time. As we were hungry we ...