Richmond Hotel Narita
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... Tokyo Sky Tree and Shibuya. Showed us pictures of her adventure and even managed the subway back to the hotel by herself after leaving her friend at Omotedando Station.
For dinner, we managed to get booking at Birdland in Ginza. It was difficult to find as it was in the basement by the entrance to a subway station and there was no sign at all outside. We ordered an omakase meal at ¥6,000 each. The restaurant was very small with counter seating for about ...
... going on, and in January, it was "Treasures from Beijing's Forbidden Palace". M-P and I arrived just after opening time on a chilly, rainy morning, and already the wait for the Chinese exhibition was over an hour long. There was no wait for the permanent collection, we were pleased to learn, so we waltzed right in and started admiring the dragons.
... Metal was melted, then poured into molds and then stamped. Workers were searched when leaving Japanese mints to ensure they didn't take any of their work home. One of the security measures included having them step over a knee-high bar at the door to prevent them from holding anything between their legs.
On the other hand, showing an unusual amount of trust in my opinion, the Japanese created bundles of coins and the larger plates wrapped in paper and stamped with ...
... to move their signature down one line, I guess because of some diplomatic protocol about the proper order of the countries. Blame Canada.
There was almost nothing post-WWII in the museum, just two cars and a few household items from probably the 50's or 60's. I saw a small group of elderly Japanese women clustered around a display of some cleaning machines, talking and pointing. I imagine they were saying "I remember that." "We had one of those when I was ...
... is hot lol - it was 43 degrees, I got a few bemused stares from some of the Japanese as the naked gaijan couldn't sit down straight away - it took a moment or two for me to adjust lol.
Everyone there is friendly though - a man asked me where I was from and how long i've been in Japan for etc...
After boiling away in the main bath for a while, I figured I might try the one outside - i'm glad I did too it was nicer - it was slightly cooler (40 degrees) ...