InterContinental Yokohama Grand
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... there were two remarkable things about this mall. First, there were no department stores. Second, the noise was overwhelming. Each of the little stores was playing its own music, and the hallway was filled with clashing tones. The ambience was a high-level consumer culture, women in spike heels, men in capri pants. Was that man wearing a bathrobe as a jacket over denim jeans? Could be the latest trend from Chiba!
Our day started early, very early, at 3am. A front desk clerk at our hotel told us to arrive at the fish markets by 4:30am or we wouldn't get to see the auction because it's so popular. A visit to the auction is limited to two groups of 60. As public transport doesn't run at this hour we had to take a 20 minute taxi ride.
The information and map we received along with our yellow vests when we arrived at the Fish Markets said we were number 49 and ...
... mall and Michelle (the girl from Boston I took the flight with) was with them! So we all got lunch together and I got a bit adventurous and ordered sushi. I love sushi…Americanized sushi that is. I ate it all, but half the time I had no idea what I was eating…I’ll stick with the sushi from home lol. We then stayed with them. There was a group of about 10 of us then we broke off and some went off to Tokyo and ...
From Kyoto we got to take our first shinkansen (bullet train) to Tokyo. It was every bit as space-age and efficient as we'd come to expect. Top speeds of 320 kn/h and so clean you could eat your dinner off it. Which is like the rest of Japan really. There is seriously no litter here.
We spent a few days in Tokyo, checking out the famous Shibuya crossing (the world's busiest apparently), some brilliant modern art galleries and Electric City - home to hundreds ...
... where there was stall after stall selling different cables and wires. We didn't have much need for any cabling so we went into a couple of the big department stores instead to have a look around. We're both after new cases for our phones but it seems everyone in Japan is already using the iPhone 5 so there is very little choice for iPhone 4 users which is surprising. By early evening, we were on our way back to our hotel. I don't know if its ...