Kichijoji Daiichi Hotel
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What do these three have in common? During our time in Tokyo, we have seen some beautiful temples, engaging museums, provocative art galleries, and some grown men tackling each other in diapers. The sumo match was a highlight even though the wrestlers spend more time smacking their chests like gorillas than actually wrestling.
We have …
Today I fell in love. I have discovered the most innovative invention ever created: heated toilets. There is nothing like discovering them in your hotel room after a 13 hour flight, it was glorious. Oh yeah, Tokyo is pretty amazing too. It is like time square every where downtown! Luckily we are staying in a quieter suburb of Tokyo where I have not …
... bread with a bit of icing). We went to Sunroute Plaza Hotel in the afternoon as that is where our Ghibli Museum Tour started. There were some people from Australia, America and possibly Canada also on our tour. Our tour guide was Haruko; she took us to Shinjuku Station and we got the train to Mitaka, where we got on a bus to the Ghibli Museum. We weren't allowed to take photos inside the museum, so I only have some photos ...
... putting some yen in a basket and taking strips of paper and tying it to a string stretched across the table. I thought they might be prayers but they seem to be pre-printed with something.
On the way to the temple there is a large and busy shopping street with the usual snacks and souvenirs. There are numerous things made of Japanese-style paper and other things like folding fans for sale along the way.
The area is easy to do on foot, or if you rather, you ...
... Maretha waved us off as we headed on our train to the airport and we’ll miss their friendly faces and incredible generosity. Whenever we said no or ‘you give too much’ Kuichi would always reply ‘I have a very rich father, he’s got all the money in the world, no need to worry’. It was special to be united with an Auntie and Uncle who I had never really known before and we can’t wait to visit again! Mariko’s wedding maybe :-)