Keikyu EX Inn Shinbaba
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... Japan. Girls in cosplay attire,shops dedicated to trade cards like Magic the Gathering and Yu-Gi-Oh (yes, its still hot news here) and huge arcade halls. At the SEGA City arcade hall with eight floors Olli and I took a spin at a fighting game. Quite surprisingly I won the first match with 3-0 against a man that claims to come to this place every single day, but the next round he punished me with a 0-3 victory on his side.
The next ...
... the meat on a little stove in the middle of the table with a little fire. We then went back to the hotel and chilled at the pool for more or less the whole day... And we had breakfast for dinner (FINNALLY!!! This is like the best thing ever, it goes against all societal norms and practices but it's delicious!). We tried to stay up all night at the Von Ruetis were leaving quite early the next day but we failed and fell asleep (quite late though). This made breakfast the next ...
... it. The tuna melted in the mouth, with a touch of wasabi...heavenly! Another Taiwanese couple came in so we asked for some more suggestions. We ended up with some sea urchine paste roll, salmon roe roll, and young prawn sashimi. To watch the chef slice and prepare all of this in front of us was an added bonus.
Metro back to our hotel and a coffee for Maz. Before setting out we had the hotel use a ...
Start: 5:17 AM
Finish: 4:30 PM
Distance: 165 km
Weather: cloudy changing to sunny
Flickr photos link: http://flic.kr/s/aHsjKjVM7Y
After a couple of relaxing days in Tokyo with Amy's friend, Naomi and her family, the weather looked good for Sunday - cloudy with 30% of rain. I prepped my bike and had all my gear loaded into the saddle bags and my small ...
... We were supposed to meet up at Shibuya station, but I realized how huge it was so I suggested we meet the most cliché meeting spot: Starbucks. There would be no confusion over which Starbucks this would be because it took up a whole block and overlooked the crossing. Before we met up, I walked through a huge store called “Tokyo Hands”. This was basically an IKEA that sold everything from insoles to toothbrushes. I chatted with an employee ...