R&B Hotel Hachioji
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... of us with great skill. We wandered round some wacky Tokyo areas and shops (I bought a komono, of course) and then through a beautiful park and temple. Tonight we finished off with sushi again and had a cookery class- it is much harder than it appeared!
Hope all is well and you have a great weekend,
love Samantha xxx
... seemed to be more in line with a playboy centrefold. All the shops have 3D models of these characters as well and in the arcades, the claw games don't give you the chance to win a cuddly toy like everywhere else, you win a model of a female manga character, in skimpy clothing and standing/laying in a seductive position. It's not just the men that love these! To be honest we think the ladies seemed to be showing these characters more attention. It doesn't feel quite right, ...
... the walking. Ben - the walking. Things I learnt: Hannah - that Japanese people always bow before passing a shrine. Ben - how to be safe and how to stay with mum and dad because I keep going everywhere and getting lost. Things that amazed me: Both - the gate to the shrine and the shrine. The funniest bit: Hannah - There wasn't any really funny bits today, because we were all way too tired to be funny.. Ben - ...
... could double as a stadium. I take a look at the huge line of yakuza type bad asses I have just joined. Mmmmm.
The kickboxing tournament was awesome. I admit, I had moments where I questioned whether I should be there. I've not ever been in a full stadium and been the only blonde. I also had to watch everyone carefully to see where to leave my shoes and whether there was any special 'mat etiquette'. It would seem you ...
... rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal; ">We hustled to a hotel down the road as a pick up site for our day tour to Mt Fuji. We are not climbing it. No! No! Just driving to see it. Wait a minute. Speaking of driving. Just realized they drive on the left side of the road here in Japan! Didn't know that.