Okura Akademia Park Hotel
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Swimming pool
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... could see the green roof of the Sumo stadium and like most events, there was a buzz as we approached the venue, with lots of people heading in to watch the wrestling. The bouts had started from 8am and by the time we arrived at 2pm the excitement was high. Sumo wrestlers dressed in bright coloured kimono's were walking around freely in amongst the crowds and of course i approached them to shake their hand and have photos taken with ...
... I packed my suitcase to see how much stuff I could buy. I saw the Menji-Jingu shrine. It was somewhat anticlimactic after seeing other ones in other cities like Kyoto. I went over to Harajuku, walked down Menji-Dori to Shibuya and browsed for a bit. During my walk I dropped my damn phone. It didn't have a single scar on it until now. Oh well. I guess it's another souvenir. I spent much of my time in Uniqlo. I forgot to bring my passport with me to be able to buy tax ...
... was a similar one with fruit and vegetable wholesalers. It was not near as crazy as the fish market. From there we walked to the outer market containing shops and restaurants. My guess is some of the best sushi would be there. Fred was tempted to stand in one of the long restaurant lines (must be good, right?) but by that point we were running behind to make it to the Kabuki performance at Kabuki-za theatre.
Kabuki is a classical Japanese dance-drama known for ...
... great. Especially the bakeries are a dream for a sweet
tooth person like me, yummy. Groceries aren’t cheap here, but bearable as you
could see in one of the blogs. One day I decided, that I needed something
different then rice, so I treated myself to a piece of Swiss cheese, best Swiss
cheese I have ever eaten, with an apple and a raisin nut roll. Yummmmmm!!!
Shopping in general is fun in those huge department
stores. Though ...
... of his worries. Akihabara was amazing, all neon and video screens with shops 7 stories high aimed at teenage manga and anime nerds and electronics buffs - and markets of tiny little shops selling components of the tiniest most intricate bits required to build your own computer, or robot! And then there was all the more 'adult' shops... Less said about that the better. And in a very weird ...