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... food was a box of riz biscuits with cheese filling he was in heaven , what more could he ask for. Our trip on the limo bus was ok. We were dropped about four blocks from our hotel. There is nothing more exciting than the feeling you get when your in a huge city and I have no idea were you are or how to speak the native language. Then you find your little oasis the hotel. Ours is amazing 20 stories up is the reception, the view is ...
... long because she had work in the morning and I had to leave for my new prefecture the next day.
On Wednesday, July 31st, I finally arrived in the area of Japan where I would be spending at least the next year. I was greeted at Kochi Ryoma Airport by three members of my staff and we went to a nearby restaurant called the Sea House which had a fantastic view of the ocean. After lunch, we drove into Aki City where a huge amount of people from City Hall met me with a ...
... very Japanesey "don't you think so"?
Our first full day in Tokyo, was spent walking through the Japanese gardens of Shinijuku to Yoyogi Park and to Tokyo's biggest Meiji Shinto Shrine. Shinto is Japan's ancient, original religion and is rooted into Japanese way of life. It has no founder or holy book but has values, such as harmony and purity. The shrine has a pretty amazing story - It is dedicated to the souls of the emperor and empress. After they passed in 1912 ...
So today was my first full day in Japan and I was so excited to wake up this morning after a proper night's sleep ready to hit the town! I had a rough idea of where I wanted to go and I thought I'd start by checking out the area I'm staying in, Shinjuku. I explored part of it last night but as always when you arrive in a new place, it's a bit bewildering. I started off by making an appointment to get my nails done Tokyo style, priorities I know! ...
... Monja Street. This is an area of Tokyo that has many different restaurants that are famous for providing a fun food called monja-yaki. Basically there is a hot iron plate in the center of your table and you or the waiter cooks your food right in front of you. We had a mix of cheese and vegetables with a bit of pork and also Yakisoba. It was really quite delicious. From there we decided to head back to the Hostel and chill out for a bit before checking out the night life again. ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRIHGA Royal Hotel Tokyo Shinjuku
Excellent hotel and the rooms are good and very clean. The rooms are huge (based on Tokyo satndards), but it is far from shopping areas and not lcated right into the train station. It is only 5 mins walk (again, Tokyo standards) to the nearest station and the hotel provided free shuttle to Takandobaba station leaving the hotel every 30 mins.
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