Omori Tokyu Inn
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... space in their small Japanese houses- they have to offload last seasons purchases to make room for the new. Great news if you're a size 6 travelling in Japan! The obsession for clothes and all things cute also extend to their pets. We saw lots of cats and dogs in prams, dressed up with their 'Mummy and Daddies' going out for the day, random. But the 'wow this is excessive' moment for us was when we realised the high standards of shopping even extends ...
... needed a beer as well. My guidebook gives me
several options in the area, all of which were fairly expensive, but one caught
my eye, my ‘let’s make tonight as cheap but inebriated as possible’ eye.
Geronimo is a fairly well known expat dive, so I was hoping to go in and
have well to do businessmen pay my drinks for me as I charm my way around the
bar. To put it lightly, I was successful. After a few rounds I headed out with
... At last we arrived in Tokyo after a seven hour flight. More fingerprinting and custom checks. Negotiated the airport floor plan and found our bus to take us to the overnight stay we planned at Jal City airport hotel Haneda. The people here are very polite and the hotel bus staff wear white gloves and won't let you move any bags. The room was small but adequate with a bath that I soaked in and a comfy bed. Finally hit the sack at around ...
... land in the state of California. As we hear this today, it seems completely absurd (and it was), but banks made loans and business people purchased and sold properties, based on these hyper-inflated valuations. It all worked great for a while, until the air underneath these unrealistic values began to escape, and then everything collapsed. As a result, prices in Japan have continued to decline for the last 23 years, and the economy is extraordinarily different than ...
... one is to keep their undergarments under this yukata or not. In my mind a hot spring is a place you go to, undress, get into some hot water and you're done. So to me it doesn't make sense to be wearing anything underneath. Luckily not too far from me is a white guy also changing so after asking him if he speaks english, I get his confirmation that one DOES keep their undergarments under the yukata. He was even kind enough to give me a map of the complex ...