New Otani Inn Tokyo
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... far too early at 1030 even though game doesn't start till 6, I enjoy my own company for a while and hit up the hall of fame and baseball museum, batting cages nearby and also hit those up, along with some indoor golf, killed time waiting the gates to swing open, I enjoy a nice brew and go shopping for giants memorabilia, gates swing open at 430 and i catch some BP and watch the swallows warm up, appearently you cant keep any of the HR/Foul balls from BP, had to throw ...
... Three highly dubious penalties were awarded, with Urawa grabbing an equaliser 10 minutes from time. Apparently, the new Japan national team coach Javier Aguirre was in attendance too and this match will have given him plenty to ponder.
Sunday was the big concert day and the main purpose of my visit. 50 minutes north-west of Tokyo on the Keihin-Tohoku line is Saitama Shintoshin station. And adjacent to that is the Saitama Super Arena. ...
... it out. But i still had a couple of hours left and thought it would be a good thing to shopping. My friend Robert asked me if i could check the price for a GoPro camera and see if it woud be cheaper to buy it in Tokyo.
But first i wanted to go to the Seibu store. This is a big warehouse with nothing of particular interest for me apart from a KitKat boutique with all kinds of flavors only found in Japan, like raspberry pie, green tea and wasabi! :-) The ...
... had seats with a wall behind us which was awesome! No one could knee me in the back or grab my hair when they stood up. Also, I had a window seat. The flight left five minutes early which was cool. Although we did not get any food or drinks on the six hour flight it was still a bargain. Right before we landed, they announced that a passenger had a birthday and played a birthday song for him. At the end everyone clapped. It was a nice thing for the airline to do. Probably ...
... and the replica of the Statue of Liberty - quite a romantic view I tell you.
Minato Area, Tokyo
After getting off our monorail station, we walked back to the hotel, taking some detours to see the different restaurants and fast foods in case we get hungry. Quickly went through a small 24-hour grocery shop to buy some snacks for our short stay in Tokyo.