Rex Inn Funabashi
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... and by rock every sane person would refer to them as a boy band, not quite as poncey as Boyzone or their ilk but they are definitely no Iron Maiden.
On we go and take the meandering route around the Palace gardens back to the metro. This is obviously a well used route for joggers or we've stumbled into a fun run. Loads of them pass us, never mind mad dogs and englishmen, it's red hot and there are loads of Japanses out in the midday sun only running. ...
... different because the guide was joining them and when she offered to show the girls how to wash up before they entered the bath she and a few of the other ladies decided to bow out. As for my experience it really wasn’t any different than being in a really hot hot tub except for the naked part of course. It was very relaxing though and a good thing to be able to check off the list of Japanese experiences I suppose. When we had finished and met everyone back in the ...
... in London has nothing on this. following directions in the blog I'd read I made it to a small suburb of Tokyo called Tsmishima. I walked down the street looking for the cafe, noting a queue of people on the other side of the road.. Couldn't see the cafe. Realised the queue was in fact for the owl cafe. It was a Tuesday afternoon. There were about twenty or thirty people waiting in line. Some locals some tourists. You have to arrive two hours in advance. I had looked at the ...
... destination was the tallest tower in the world, The SkyTree. It is like the CN Tower, a communication tower with an observation deck but it seemed more commercial with lots of shops. When we got to the ticket booth level, we were approached by a Tokyo news camera crew asking if we would agree to be interviewed about the new exchange rate for the yen. Apparently, the rate had recently been changed and they wanted to know how this affected our spending. We were ...
... pork cutlets and it did not disappoint. Succulent pork covered in a light crispy batter that melts in your mouth, served with shredded lettuce topped with Japanese Worcester sauce. Truly it was a meal where you savour every bite.
Afterwards I’m in Shibuya. Hachiko Crossing is of course the place that everyone envisages when they think of Tokyo. The world’s most famous pedestrian crossing outside of Abbey Road, surrounded ...
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