Richmond Hotel Yokohama Bashamichi
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... together, almost on top of each other, and the space used incredibly efficiently. We waited until early evening to see the lights begin to turn on in the city, which proved an equally impressive sight! We finished our day having dinner with Coco and Reira by the bay. We enjoyed a BBQ style dinner, with fresh skewers of beef, prawn and chicken. The Japanese cuisine never ceases to impress us!
... We saw long lines of hungry locals (in the know) in front of café stalls. It seems Tokyoites are used to waiting on long lines for good food and restaurants. We decided not to wait and to investigate further and we found a small shop selling ceramic plates where we ventured into and bought some plates. Interesting about this shop was it had a hand ...
... the group in terms of how much you have to hurry along to stay on schedule. ) Their were gorgeous irises blooming, and lots of azaelas and rhodedendron. I was happy to spot a heron and some turtles here. Most of the other birds we've seen so far have been ravens, which are definitely making themselves noticed. At the ocean viewpint at Hasedera, there were warning signs about kites(a large bird) stealing your food, but we didn't see any swooping ...
... full cherry clossoms. It seemed like half of the people in Tokyo were out there walking around and picknicking.
Next we took a quick subway ride back over to the Imperial Palace area as there was moat called Chidoriga-fuchi that surrounded part of the palace grounds that was supposed to be great for cherry blossom viewing. It didn't let us down. I think the other half of the people in Tokyo were here!
Right around the corner from the moat was Yasukuni Shrine. ...
... below) After a short, awkward conversation of gestures with woman behind the counter, the also included a large cup of hot miso soup (double score!) While not quite as high quality as our breakfast on Monday, I still felt like a bandit.
The shops I visited today just further reinforced my impress that the use of physical space in Japan is unequaled anywhere else. The instrument shops where stacked floor ...