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... Furniture. Guest House Kanalian was like walking into a trippy wooden cabin that had the feel of a forest.
A bar made of wine corks, a huge plaque with the name Kanalian carved in wood, paintings of an Air Balloon and the rest of the trimmings that would make home in some "Tim Burton" story. It was so weird, it was marvelous. The bedrooms which were double bunk beds, reminded me of when I was a kid. While in Japan it was the best Guest House I ever stayed ...
... is an observation deck in each. Unfortunately, the observation deck in the South Tower was closed due to the wind. I don't know that it made me feel secure to know that they think they have to close the observation deck when it gets a bit windy but I went to the North Tower. I was told when I was going in that they were only letting people in until 5:00 and it was around 4:50. They didn't tell me ...
... to Daiba just as as the sun started to shine so it started to get really warm from there on out.
By the time we had got there it was nearly lunch time so we decided to get a little something to eat as we hadn't even had breakfast. We settled on a little American diner style place done out in a board walk style.
Burgers and chips finished and we headed off around Daiba for some picture taking and Gundam finding.
... situations it seems as if the Japanese don’t want to insult us by assuming we can’t speak Japanese. Even when its quite obvious that we can’t say a word or don’t understand a thing they carry on talking to us in Japanese. Of course they are always very polite and smiling, but it does take some getting used to. The waitress at the tempura restaurant ...
... I was late for the time I said I would be online because I didn’t know what time I would check into the hotel.
We spent the next day sightseeing in Tokyo. First, we stopped at a beautiful shrine and watched a traditional Japanese wedding that just happened to be taking place there. It was very formal and looked more like a funeral march than a wedding. There were also the more adorable little girls dressed up in traditional Kimonos for Shichi-Go-San, which is ...
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