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... turning out much hotter than either of us anticipated, it was due to be in the 90s in Kyoto and we packed for more like the 70s, so we decided to make a quick pit stop at the Shibuya Uniqlo to buy some clothes for ourselves so we wouldn't die in the heat. we'll see how that ends up working out.
We wanted to check out the Shinjuku Gardens, which is one of the highest rated attractions on TripAdvisor, but they apparently closed at 4 - so we didn't make it. Oh well. ...
... We are staying at an apartment that we found on airbnb. It is a pretty nice place and the neighborhood seems quiet. Everything seems super technologically advanced. The lights slowly come on as you enter, the tv dims according to how much light is in the room and the toilet seat opens when you open the bathroom door. Fancy. I am looking forward to sleeping in what looks like a comfortable bed.
I am too tired to plan out our day tomorrow. I am sure that it ...
... worst part about leaving a hotel is the packing. Luckily this hotel had an 11am check-out time, which made things slightly less stressful. And with all of our belongings jammed in the suitcases, which are getting heavier and heavier, we bid sayonara to the permanently chronically joyful front desk staff as we handed in our card-keys, and boarded the courtesy bus for one last Disney themed ride to Maihama station.
It's very humid here in Tokyo, and by the time I settled into my room it was midnight. New innovation at Toyoko Inn--maybe in response to my comment card from last year--they now provide English instructions for the air conditioner.
Back to Haneda Airport in the morning for my flight to Osaka. Did I mention that the Toyoko Inn Haneda Kuko has a free airport shuttle, as well as a free breakfast buffet?
... four floors that opened up to a real deal sushi restaurant. It had maybe four tables and eight chairs at a sushi bar. Two of the chairs were filled with an older Japanese man in a suit, slowly puffing on a cigarette, with his other arm draped around a woman that was far too young for him. The sushi chef spoke a tiny bit of English and told us "no menu, only sushi". This meant no edemame, no miso soup, no tempora, certainly ...