Livable Square Minami-machida
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... after 12. We walked around the area and found that it was a small town and very clean. No garbage, awful smell, or pollution, it was actually quite nice. We found a restaurant close to the subway and went in for a late night meal. The food was pretty good, we tried a couple different dishes. The tables had bells at them so when you were ready to order or needed anything you simply rang for a server. The nice thing about the food was that everything had its own distinct taste and ...
... Japanese restaurant and I have omelette with Campbell's condensed soup and rice. It was vile. I want to go to a cat cafe and fortunately find one. It's so lovely. You have to wash your habpnd b4 you go in and there were only a few very special cats, which just wanted to to sleep or look pretty. It was like a normal cafe, there were Japanese women sitting drinking coffee with cats on their laps. We sat on the tahimk mats and they came over when they want ...
... tell, it just all happens automatically, and grow ups take it very seriously! We went into one, and it was so loud! Worse was that they smoke inside and we didn't really know what was going on, but we had a go anyway- that was a good way to waste money! After that, we went for some food, which you ordered on a kind of vending machine outside the restaurant, which printed your tickets, you go in and hand the chef the ticket and they would make your food- simple! The next day we ...
... significant temple in Tokyo) and within the same park we went to the Asakusa Shrine and a few other smaller temples. From there we headed to Ueno Park where we wandered around for a while and then we headed to the gardens at the Imperial Palace, which are closed on Fridays apparently. Since we couldn't get into the gardens we continued on to Kitanomarukoen Park and took a rest while enjoying the quiet setting of the park. We ...
... delicious and very reasonably priced. When we went in, we pointed to the pictures of the meals we wanted and then had a delicious meal of udon soup and tempura for a total of only $14. It was so good we wanted more. Our tipping research indicated that this was a no tipping country - to tip someone is actually a little insulting; the services requested are covered by the price given, so there is no need to pay more.
It was obvious that cleanliness is ...
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