Pearl Hotel Kawasaki
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... flavoured ice-cream, which was delicious, and eaten with a lovely little wooden shaped spoon. There was also a very tasty soup, which you drink by lifting the bowl to your mouth. No cutlery available, so just as well we can use chopsticks.
So far, we have found Japanese food very tasty, with very subtle flavours.
We finished the afternoon with another bus tour and left ourselves travelling back to the hotel at peak time. We have ...
... I;d definitely recommend. The place is spotlessly clean and the owls seem well cared for even if captive.
Went up the Tokyo Metropolitan Government building to its 52nd floor where there is a good view of the city for free. Truly it is a Megalopolis comparable in my mind with Sao Paulo, such was the omnipotence of skyscrapers. Nearby, in the Shinjuku district I visited a shop where they had a whole department devoted to anime pornography and I followed this up with ...
... as to a small garden beside.
We walked back down the Nakamise but not on the main drag. The side part was certainly devoid of people although one poor old shopkeeper was almost knocked off her feet by an exuberant Chinese shopper.
From Sensoji, we walked to Kappabashi Street again. This is "Kitchen Town".
There are so many things that ...
... Harajaku street is lined up with eating joints among other stores. Marion Crepe is a must visit place where you can try around 80 varieties of hot and cold crepes. Do not forget to stop by at the Calbee store in the same street which has an interesting twist to the regular potato chips with various yummy toppings. You may also check out few accessories and clothes stores lined up along the street. The street starts getting crowded at ...
... People were everywhere, and there was a Sunday style market taking place in the area leading up to the shrine. I remembered that I hadn't picked up a magnet in my previous trip, so I searched this market until I could find one. After Asakusa, we headed to Ahikabara to see the multi-story arcades. I did not see this on my previous visit so I was definitely giddy with excitement because it brought ...