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TravelPod Member ReviewsKitano Arms Chiyoda
Spacious long-term rental-style accommodation. Not much in the immediate vicinity, but very conveniently-located to everything else in Tokyo by metro - most sights/neighbourhoods were 3-5 stops away from the Nagatacho station. Tons of restaurants about a 10-minute walk away in the Akasaka area.
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... can pick this up from the outside. All this so that the hotel corridors remain pristine and one's laundry is kept private and discreet till picked up? Then there was the bathroom (it deserves a separate para all to itself). First the toilet - as one approaches the loo, the toilet seat cover automatically flips open. There were buttons to flip the toilet seat and toilet seat cover up and down in whatever combination you want (only toilet cover, only toilet seat, both). ...
... only going up to large. Obligatory souvenirs bought I headed back to our hotel where I needed to dispose of the better part of a litre of gin I could not bring back to Australia. Gin and Tonics all around at mine! That sorted,we headed up to the 45th floor for pre dinner drinks, then on to a beautiful Japanese steak restaurant for dinner. The highlight though, of our last night, was a Karaoke Bar we found which allowed us to sing our hearts out in a private room, ...
... illustrations as small quilts with an incredible amount of skill. But as I don't have a particular attachment to the series (though I've read the first book and found it quite charming), I didn't feel like fighting the throngs to get many pictures, and instead focused my limited energy on the other section. I quite liked the "60" section, which featured a quilt from each of 60 different artists.
Overall, a good year.
... later then planned we arrived in Magome in the Kisey Valley. We went to Magome to walk a part of the old post route between Tokyo and Kyoto. Only a small part of the original cobbled stone road still exists. It is the part between the villages of Magome and Tsumago. These villages also retain the characteristics of that era with old wooden houses, watermills and shrines. Like Takayama these villages are only visited during the daytime but here ...
... day but unfortunately that wasn't today! We pretty much spent the rest of the day shopping. Firstly we went to Forever 21 for my benefit and then we went to Takashimaya which is a massive department store. We had a good look round and treated ourselves to a couple of things each. On our way back to the station, we saw a good old fashioned Topshop/Topman and so we just had to have a look around there too. We got back to Etsuko's at around 5.30 and were sat at the dinner table at ...