Matsudo City Hotel Sendan-ya
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... br> Out and about by about 10:30am and took a JR rail line train (170 Yen each) to Nippori station to visit the Yanaka area. This is the centre of commerce in Yanaka city and is prized for its atmosphere which comes from the Edo period. It is only about 200 metres long and about 5-6 metres wide - lots of craft shops and food. It's theme is cats and images of them are to be found everywhere. Pleasantly uncrowded on a Wednesday - very different to the ...
... Material possessions must not be so vital here.. Space is so tight.. Real estate soo expensive.. No wonder they head out to parks and gardens to "breathe & relax"..
This area Shiba-Daimon is a ten minute train ride from Tokyo Central , close to popular areas of Roppongi, Shibuya, Shinjuka etc..
On a Central train, subway line.. Easy to get around.. Plenty to see..
It is a mainly commercial area with ...
It is currently 8.38 AM and I'm about to pull myself out of bed, eat my breakfast and yet again, head to school. It has become praxis for me to arrive about an hour early for class - I'll have time to eat lunch, study and talk to friends. Most of the students in my school come very early - half an hour at least. Those who come 10-15 minuets early are almost considered "late" amongst us students. I don't mind coming early - i'd rather sit at school with friends than in my boring room ...
... railroads (for the regular train, dummy, not the
subway, the subway and the regular train have the same station location) After
passing a few entrances, I decided to try my luck and finally ventured down
into the air-conditioned underground halls. In terms of temperature, I am glad
I did as topside was getting very hot with all the concrete, steel and glass to
reflect what feels to me like a Saharan heat wave.
... beef curry, off we went to visit the Meiji Shrine and to walk the Harajuku district's streets of trendy stores.
We validated our Japan Rail Pass-quite easy and ventured out on our first Yamanote line train trip. Subways and trains are very crowded in Tokyo, and they hire guys in uniforms and white gloves to help push people into the crowded cars. Luckily, none of our trains were that crowded, but I did see the white gloved men eying the ...