Mitsui Garden Hotel Shiodome Italia-Gai
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... to feel like food will be more than welcome. Well, if you go to Harajuku, you should stop at the Sakura Tei. It is a really small restaurant where you can eat (and cook it yourself) Okonomiyaki. This is the kind of japanese crepe-omelette. The place was really fun, really japanese and well if you are like us and you don't know how to cook Okonomiyaki, and the instruction are in japanese you end up with something that does ...
... greyhound bus that goes to all the various hotels. It's well worth it to pick this option as it is $30/person as opposed to taxis which can run $300 one way. All in all I am very impressed with the city so far - I'm looking forward to exploring ...
... He showed me the lane way he travelled daily where the onsen, fruit & veggie shop & some others are still the same as they were 27 years ago. The Australian embassy is somewhat different, very modern now. We walked back to Azabujuban for a cold drink at Tully's & watch Japan walk by (actually it was more like giving my feet a rest, I wore ballet flats not sneakers). Currently 9524 steps recorded on ...
... a collectors' stamp of some kind:
- The scale of the enitre place was mind blowing. I had the sense that the whole of Tokyo was a theme park set up for me - simply take the subway and pop up in the zone you want: shopping world, comics world, electronics world... it was surreal.
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... shops and I'm considering going back to get some colored contact lenses. There are so many! Any color or combination you could possibly want. I also tried to get Megumi to get her nails done with me at a place where you can get bows and crystals and all sorts of sparkly things on your nails, but she wasn't having it. Sad. We fought our way out of here and headed back to the station where I made a quick stop to take a picture of Hachiko, the statue of a dog who waited ...