Hotel Mets Kawasaki
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... br> And a big swivel mirror at the foot of the very tempting bed.
Strictly speaking it's not a brothel, no women lined up for sale, no Madame, no intimidating pimps. But, let's say trade looks to be passing, fleeting, and not family-tourist. Did I mention the toilet with heated seat and perfectly-targeted his and her's sprays, indeed, hot power jets?
Kawasaki is a giant working-class city, home to some of Japan's ...
After 12 hours of the kind of crashing you only get after spending nine hours a day studying for the past week, I woke up and felt just as you imagine. Andreas texted and wondered if I was up for a walk, wich I was after checking todays weather forecast. 20 degrees and sunshine - swedish summer all day. We walked over to Akihabara and at Starbucks ...
... very fancy. Most have heated seats (a real surprise the first time you sit down!). In addition, most can play music or flushing sounds if you’d like to have some privacy. Almost all of them have big remote control-like attachments to manage all of their features.
After leaving the sushi restaurant in Ginza, I started walking. Fortunately, I rented a pocket wifi hub before I came to Japan. This was a great idea. The company ...
... which is a savory Japanese pancake. Filled with vegetables and pork and smothered in creamy and salty sauces, it was great. I gobbled up every bite. After lunch, we went to the Sensoji Temple in Asakusa, which was nice. There was a main temple surrounded by several smaller shrines. Lots of tourists there. I have been surprised at the lack of tourists anywhere but the big tourist spots, to the point that if I see some people speaking English, I just want to go up and talk to ...
... The quality of the enclosures didn't seem fantastic either. The birds were caged in, the ground dwelling animals had what appeared to be barely enough room to run around in, and the enclosures of the few bigger animals that we did see, like the bears, were just horrible. Every bear we saw appeared clinically insane, pacing in one direction, bumping into the wall, turning around and pacing the few steps back to the other side of the pen ...