Yokohama Royal Park Hotel
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... was super helpful to find our way around. Talking with locals was my favorite part. We met so many people. The culture here is so amazing! People are so friendly and will literally go out of their way to show you directions and actually walk you to your destination. Everyone is so shy to speak English but once they speak they are actually really good! Better than my Japanese will ever be!
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... the station's basements for a while and eventually found what I suspect is the area they were talking about. It turned out to be right next to Shibuya Hikarie so I wandered in there.
The description for Shibuya Hikarie in my guidebook said it has a glass-walled theater, Theater Orb. I couldn't imagine what a glass-walled theater would be like so I went to check it out. It turns out that the glass walls are only in the ...
... the temple to pray. Then we went inside the temple and there was this type of shrine inside where people were gathering around to pray I did even though I didn’t really have anything to pray about… nor do I really believe it works, sorry if any of you reading this are religious at all. After the temple we headed back into town to look at some more of the shops to look at their displays which you can see down bellow there are some drinks, sushi, ...
... to get a head start on the crowds. This shrine is composed of a pathway surrounded by bright orange gates leading up a small mountain. The walk takes about 1½ hours, and 80% of it is covered by these gates. It has to be the most labor intensive project I saw in Kyoto. Afterward, I walked along the Philosopher’s path, which is a walkway with arching cherry ...
... men came at me, briskly walking and running, from all directions at once. Left to Right, Right to Left, S to N, N to S, SE to SW, SW to SE, etc! There are many, many different "lines" at T station. Now I had researched this and I knew I needed the Tokaido line so after many long halls and many flights of stairs (I ignored the escalators), I just followed the orange line on the ground (orange line to Tokaido line) and arrived up on the Tokaido ...
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