Mitsui Garden Hotel Shiodome Italia-Gai
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... pieces) and some noodles with a curry like sauce. We added some weird white mushrooms and onions to make it a meal. For dessert we found my favorite bean cakes. I don't know how to accurately describe them except they are a doughy rice case with a red bean mix in the middle. They are squishy and slightly sweet and oh so good.
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... noodles and breads. They have an even bigger variety of drinks. I decided to get some yakitori, corn dogs and a banana crepe-like dessert. also got a variety of drinks; one of which is called "fruit and salt" which quickly became one of my favorite drinks during my stay. It was lightly flavored with a hint of salt - quite refreshing if you'd ask me. I love it so much that it makes me so thirsty just thinking about it.
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... creature which was likewise delicious. The japanese eat well indeed. We’ve been spoilt to death with Kuichi and Maretha’s generous meals and we wont forget all those new taste sensations we’ve discovered. Can’t wait for Nomes to learn to make it all ;-) We finished the night off in a stunning concert hall to hear Bach’s St Johns Passion. It turns out that the conductor goes to their church which is incredible as he is a world ...
... a 45 minute wait or less. Our disappointment after each ride led us to a food binge. After ride 1 we tried the amazing strawberry flavoured popcorn (amazing! I suggest coming to Japan just for it!) and after ride two hot dogs and Mickey Mouse icy poles (after watching nearby line waiters devourer hot dogs and icy poles our mouths were watering and in desperate need for both!). Feeling much loved by the fast food outlets in DisneySea we found ourselves lining up for another ride. ...
... was visible … although many people had tried to add plants on their balconies, and most of the streets had a few trees along the edge. But the trees were not large or shady, and the plants shared the balcony space with laundry. On a positive note, traffic was almost non-existent everywhere we looked. Amazing that a city this huge, this densely-populated can have such little traffic.
Arriving Narita, we checked in at the first class counter, ...