New Otani Inn Tokyo
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- Smoking rooms available
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Family rooms
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This morning I was talking to some more Californians, this time in my room at the hostel. They said they were going to Volkswagen Fest in Funekokagakugan. You can drive some cars and get a ride with a pro drifter. My plan was to take it easy today. I guess that's not happening anymore. I was in bed on my phone when the traveling Sanja Matsuri festival was outside the hostel. I don't know ...
... of tickets, but they're almost $100 each, opposed to the usual $10. Oh well, maybe another year Totoro!
Since the first two events of the day didn't work out (and we wasted 3 hours of the morning between train/bus/failed attempts at getting in places) we headed to Cardo Subaru, which is a dealership in Mitaka that also has the renowned STI Gallery in it. The upstairs of the dealership houses 6-7 past ...
... with our sushi breakfast. Fresh off the boat, the sashimi was amazing. We were called off by the police at least three times to inform us that we were in the wholesale side of the market and to keep moving along. I dont think we can upload video onto this website but we have sone spectacular footage. There were a few restaurants with lines over an hour long at the market. Since time was not on our aide, we chose a ...
... and thanked us for our patronage at the end of the meal. I could get used to being treated like a princess. Clientele included serious business men and politicians (with a minion that came to take notes at the end of the meal) doing deals and exchanging business cards with a lot of bowing, ladies who lunch, couples, mothers and daughters ( I think the daughter was a reluctant participant, she came in her 'Daisy Duke' shorts) and us greedy ...
... 23 or 24 degrees, so by the time we'd completed our tour of the zoo, we were starting to flag a bit. We headed back to the station to pick up our Japan Rail passes and then back to the hotel, stopping only to buy some Pocari Sweat i.e. a sports drink which purports to replace the electrolytes lost during exercise. Don't know if it does but it tastes nice, so what the heck. We got back at 16.00, meaning we'd been out for seven hours, most of which was spent on our feet - so ...