Otsuka City Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Otsuka City Hotel Toshima
Travel Blogs from Toshima
We started the day by going to Namja Town which was rather non eventful but they had really good Gyoza so it wasn't all bad.
We then headed off to Akihabara the electronics area of Tokyo. Ashlyn and I both got some items from the Gashapon machines,
Spent most of the time walking around just checking out shops.
Although it doesn't seem much it was a full on day with lots of walking that's resulted ...
... fact that the dogs wear clothes and travel in prams... 11. Buying a wooden Samurai sword in Kyoto and then having to carry it from one destination to another....and then it wouldn't fit into the suitcase to come home! 12. Falling over in the sea at the floating shrine in Miyajima, cutting his leg and getting rescued by a 12 year old schoolgirl with a first aid kit. 13. Being photographed by bemused ...
... but after compiling everything today I am now seeing that it was a worthwhile trip and excited to start pulling it all together.
Oh almost forgot, I learned a new japan culture item today: I couldn't figure out why every time I ordered tea I got the little creamer looking package, then I seen one of the ladies today open it and put it in her tea. I asked what is was and she replied it was milk and ...
... food is gorgeous, we are the only westerners in the place. The udon come in gigantic bowls with lots of sauce, a bit like ramen but better. I have a wagyu beef curry type one and Mark has katsu curry one which he is very excited about!
I have decided that Tokyo's smell is barbecue as you smell it cooking everywhere:-) ...
... eat/drink in 2hrs deal. We put the effort in and made the most of it....a mix of gluttony and having missed meaty meals and good wine. By the end we were both stuffed and merrily drunk. The meat was amazing! Char had 3 deserts...although she maintains they were small... All in all, Tokyo was great and as strange as they may seem, the Japanese were super friendly and we didn't feel that we were outsiders as much as we have done in the other Asian countries we have ...