Hotel MyStays Yokohama
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... the floors. The floors were wooden planks with small gaps between the planks screwed into other wooden beams below so the top planks were floating off the concrete floor. This not only gave the floors a springy element, but also allowed for echoes of walking feet to fill the large, industrial-looking terminal. I mention this because I found that a lot of other buildings and stores shared this flooring technique. I thought it gave more coherence and unity to the area as a ...
... eating there when we first saw it. When we got back to the restaurant it had gone from empty, when the Australians left, to having only two empty seats, just for us. The restaurant only sat about 12 people. I opted for a basic salmon and tuna dish. While at the auction I had overheard an American telling a New Zealander that there were usually three grades of tuna on most menus. Based on the price I paid (¥1500) I got the cheapest one. It was ...
... up bringing Japan back onto the world stage after it had been closed off from all outside influence for many years and started their industrial revolution, which is accredited to have started Japan on track to become the advanced country it is today. The shrine and surrounding garden are beautiful and wonderfully shaded. We wandered around the garden for a while and went for lunch. After we headed over to the shine and ...
... and let's just say that we could barely move within the store. As I stated, the fans were rabid but this time it was for the merchandise. We gave up after five minutes of trying to navigate this tiny store that may hold 30 people but had 50 people snatching up the goods.
We decided to then move onto the next place, Yokohama Chinatown. I imagined it to be somewhat like the one in Sydney, Australia. It was but so much more. Walking the streets of Chinatown in ...
... tour guide was slightly odd, his English wasn't the best and he drew out diagrams for everything, including just a picture of mountain which he held up every time he talked about Fuji, guess he thought no one could understand him. He did talk in detail about all Japan's history, the last samurai film story and what a lot of the japanese character's mean, in fact he talked about everything to do with Japan ...