Odakyu Station Hotel Hon-Atsugi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... love to return to watch another day of Sumo wrestling matches.
The nightlife in Shibuya, Hirijuku, and Rapongi was fun to experience. The five of us girls got a title lost trying to find a good sushi restaurant which has been impossible during this trip, and we ended up eating at a little Mexican joint. We went to a club in Rapongi and had a cocktail but we were the only ones in the club. I guess the Japanese are the same as the Americans in the sense that they save ...
... same privileges were not extended to people staying in the Hello Kitty room, despite it being of a similar price, so I had to pay to go in. The lounge has a great view over the city and free food and alcohol. Sadly by the time we got there it was about to close, so we only had 30 mins to stuff as much food and drink into ourselves as we could manage before everyone got booted out. We called it a night at that point and I went back to enjoy the luxury ...
... popped a piece of fatty tuna nigiri on the counter, our sushi extravaganza had begun. The moment that I put that first piece of sushi in my mouth, I knew all the queuing was worth it. Quite simply, that first mouthful is hands down the best sushi I have ever tasted and possibly one of the finest things that I have ever tasted, full stop. The first thing that struck me is that the rice was slightly warm (I had read somewhere that this was the case, but had ...
... we set sail we have the safety briefing which must be done but is quite boring. Luckily our muster station is in the theatre so we are seated and in air conditioning. Because this ship is cruising out of Japan, every announcement is translated into Japanese so the safety drill takes twice as long! As we set sail we have beers and cocktails watching Yokohama light up and fade into the distance. It us a beautiful sight. We have a late dinner seating and meet our ...
... devant la troisième session spéciale des Nations Unis pour le désarmement qui se tenait à New York.
En Avril de la même année, les membres de « Shitamachi People Association » proposèrent l’idée d’allumer la flamme aux abords du shrine Toshogu dans le parc Ueno de Tokyo. Révérant Shozen Saga accueillie la proposition avec enthousiasme, promis de construire un monument et de travailler ensemble afin de garder la nouvelle flamme vivante.