Okura Akademia Park Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Banquet room
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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We arrived in Japan shortly after the earthquake hit on May 25. The city appeared to be completely unfazed. We didn't even realize that there was an earthquake until we got to the train station later and read that some of the lines were not operating because of the earthquake.
We went out to Ginza by train after checking in. There are many trains and subways all intersecting at multiple points. The map we were given has English but no ...
... near our hotel so I imagine we will frequent both in the mornings.
I am extremely excited about the quality of the students on our trip. They are bright, interesting, and are getting along great.
I plan to bring my "A" game tomorrow in regard to navigation! Overall, a great day and looking forward to tomorrow's activities. It should be 75 degrees with a 60% chance of rain. Oyasuminasai (good night)!
... Boy to Pokemon. It was nice to see this museum that was dedicated to what I originally wanted to do before toy design. We then went across town to a famous department store in Tokyo. We were given a small tour of the department stores, and how different it was compared to the department stores in the U.S. Everything was about presentation. I asked for a creme puff and was given a nicely packaged creme puff with a nice label on the box and then a bag to go with it. ...
... temples. Except us! Everyone has an iPhone, but people still read books too. Sleeping on the subway is acceptable, not much else is though (no phones, no newspapers, no eating, no staring!) No litter, but also no litter bins?! And very little graffiti. Vending machines, no lie, they are everywhere and vend anything! Google translate just doesn't! The TV is just like Clive James said it was in the Eighties. Forks ARE better than chopsticks (but not so much ...
... tasted delicious. Maybe we'll just have to go to the Wynn in Vegas to get some Kobe.
We walked back to the Government Building observation deck at night and it was great. We were able to see the Sky Tree Tower and the Tokyo Tower. They should have dimmed the lights in the observation deck because there was a little bit of reflection in the glass but the view was still great. After wards we called it a night and went back to the Hilton.