Okura Akademia Park Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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the capital of Tokyo is Shinjuku. The language spoken is an east asian language spoken by 125 million speakers. Tokyo's population is 13.35 million since May 1st 2014. The currency used in tokyo japan is yen. Shintoism is a major religion used in Tokyo, Japan where Buddhism is another major religion as ...
... time passed by, more and more merchants went there doing business and it developed into one famous shopping area.
There are 2 stories from which the street got its name:
1) Kappa = raincoats - previously the residents at that area used to hang their raincoats to dry on the bridge there, hence the name.
2) Kihachi Kappaya = the merchant who funded the project to build Shinhorikawa river ...
... am going to get lost! But the hotel address is in my bag so I can always go back in a taxi. I'm wandering and shortly see something familiar - Starbucks! Not very Japanese but at least I didn't have a problem ordering something. First meal abroad is a latte and cinnamon roll. Lol After breakfast I ventured out to take a tour of Ginza, a major high end shopping area in Tokyo just steps from my hotel. This was one day where ...
... we sauntered out fronted she checked the cars and picked one, then after a quick goodbye, borne of "but I could have spoken to someone yesterday" on my part and "I cannot now practice my English" on hers, Sergei "what is your name?" (no further questions) took me in to the airport-crikey, that is one unfinished driveway-took a ticket and then span round to take me right back out again. Assuming we had the wrong terminal I wondered idly, and presumptively, whether ...
We took the Shinkansen (JR line) Osaka-Tokyo at Y14,050 each (reserved seats) and it takes about 2.5 hours. We choose to take the side of the view of the Fuji mountain but unfortunately we were all asleep and missed this window..da*n! At least we got some shots of this bullet train when arriving to Tokyo. It was nearly 4pm and we took a subway to Ebisu station for our hotel, Westin Tokyo. After checked in, we agreed to have the famous Ebisu beef teppanyaki there at the hotel for ...