Okura Akademia Park Hotel
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... see the knives these guys work with, some are over a metre long! They cut up every part of the fish, nothing is wasted. There are walkways between the rows of stalls and many are still cobbled from long ago.
Then, watch out, there are the guys on little vehicles that rush around picking up and delivering, all over the place. The tray on the back is about 1.5m l x 60cm w. The driver stands at the front of the tray driving what looks like a 44 gallon drum cut down ...
... in one of the cafés. Grandy had a beer (and lots of peanuts!), Nanny had Virgin Singapore Sling and I had a Shirley Temple, which was basically pink lemonade. While we drank, we learnt about the Singapore Sling. In the olden days, for ladies, it was manners not to drink alcohol in public. A man came up with a alcoholic drink for ladies that was disguised by a fruit punch. It was even pink! Today it is known as the Singapore Sling. After our drinks we explored Raffles. ...
... exploring .We stopped at the Tokyo tower for brunch of which was some pasta. This seemed to fix Aiden's 'moment' -must have been due to lack of food. We then proceeded to walk down to c10 subway to meet the Barnwell's at 12:30 pm. After meeting the Barnwell's we decided to walk around Ginza -the shopping district. The main shop we discovered was the Sony building. We then found a well-known sushi shop and had lunch. The plan of action was to catch a train to Asakusa to see ...
... delicious sangria while waiting for sushi. In Japan wine bars are very common, which was amazing seeing as they are not in China. I loved the atmosphere, very cozy and
The restaurant, only sits 12 people, 8 around the chef in a bar like style, the other four seats at two tables facing the chef. Honestly, I don't know where to begin, it was one of the most amazing
dinning experiences I have had -up there with the meal in Paris, France (all you can eat ...
... language compiled in my trusty moleskine, but once I dropped a few references to 'ATP' and 'electron valence levels' we actually ended up having some really interesting discussions on the practical applications for her research into better crop yields, how this might affect Japan, etc.
Later, in my time visiting Arashiyama, I then ran into the most delightful Japanese couple who were running a small beef bowl restaurant down a side street and ...