New Otani Inn Tokyo
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- Conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Family rooms
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Forewarning, this may not be the most interesting day to read about but I enjoyed the more relaxing day. It stated early with me catching the train from Nara to Kyoto, then the Skinkansen bullet train to Tokyo from there. I had a good three hours to read and relax. Upon my arrival to Tokyo, I trained over to the part of town known as Ueno. It is the museum district and has a huge park.
After dropping off ...
... take our rubbish with us to the hotel before getting rid of it. Smokers have special designated areas in the street where they can smoke, and it is expected that these will be used. They are expected to tip ash as well as butts into special containers available. I never saw any smoker tip their ash anywhere but in the container.
Unfortunately, there is not a ban on smoking in a lot of cafes/restaurants, but it is starting to emerge.
Transport is amazing! ...
... of Ariel and her fishy friends from The Little Mermaid. This whimsical area of the park with its rides and shows is geared toward younger children.
The Arabian Coast recreates the world of Aladdin and 1001 Arabian Nights. Here you can watch a magic show hosted by Genie or travel with Sinbad as he sets sail for discovery.
Lost River Delta
The Lost River Delta was built among the ruins of an ancient temple pyramid in ...
... in all sorts of anime, a building with 7 floors of arcade, and more action figure shops that you can shake a stick at, anything goes in Akihabera. After enjoying some ramen with 3 beautiful Japanese girls, (still having tough time slurping my food, even though its considered polite here, I cant help but laugh at these petit Japanese girls slurping there food, so naturally i join the fun) after enjoying the sites for 4 hours i can tell the girls are getting bored ...
... of meal it claims to, but here the sushi on the belt tasted delicious and fresh. Having spent just £6 on lunch, we took advantage of the dry weather and headed toward Senso-ji temple, the oldest temple in Tokyo, which is still in use today. We decided not to get our fortune told because being stuck with each other was enough bad luck and also the fortunes looked like they were all written in Japanese. Instead we moved on to the Tokyo National Museum. Unfortunately by this point ...