TripAdvisor Reviews Kicho Hotel Kisarazu
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... celebrating the presence at the plate of some hero. The loudest when the Giants were at bat, but the Tigers supporters found their voice later when in two innings their team scored four runs, taking the lead by two. Thereafter they were the equal in volume to the Giants, at over twice their number. I got to see it all in the one game: a home run (by the Giant's player with ...
... the zillion things to look at. We walked out within five minutes of arriving feeling overwhelmed. We then walked into a Pachinko place where we didn't last a full minute. Not quite the minimalist zen Japan we had envisaged. Friday night we went for a tepanyaki dinner at Ukatei. We forced smiles through a fishy urchin dish and a very chewy raw white fish called Agi. Things started looking ...
... back to the hotel early and then went to our first Wagu beef experience at a restaurant called Gyu-an in the Higashi area. This is a small restaurant based in a basement served by kimono dressed waitresses. The tables are low which we thought meant that you needed to sit on your knees, we soon found there was a pit below the table for your feet - got there in the end! The food was exceptional, we had sushimi for starters and the chateau briand cut of kobi beef truly melted in ...
... Olympics and doubling the number of tourists who visit Tokyo each year.
Our next stop was the Ueno Park, kind of a Tokyo Central Park, which is a peak location for viewing the cherry blossoms. The trees were just beginning to come into their finery, and are truly beautiful! Apparently, companies send their junior employees to the park early in the morning to put down their blue tarps on the edges of the large boulevards to reserve places to sit and enjoy ...
... squeezed it face side up. End result was Efren was absolutely covered in sesame ginger salad dressing! Not a big deal, but probably the most memorable part was the server's reaction -- he was shocked and embarrassed and couldn't bring over enough water or napkins to help clean it up. Welcome to Japan!
Initial impressions --
1. Everyone wears face masks
2. Vending machines are everywhere -- ...
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