Richmond Hotel Yokohama Bashamichi
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... br> Now to the good stuff, TOWERS!! It wouldn't be a Johnson Merritt holiday (and to be honest it's more Johnson than Merritt) without going up the tallest buildings we can find. First of the day is Marine Tower, a prettty standard 106m tower which at some point was the highest lighthouse in the world. Got to the top and saw a wedding tack place on the rooftop of another building. Both of us felt a bit queezy, I'm sure the tower must ...
... these people tend to expect money in return, at the very least. In a worst case scenario you would be lead to a dark alley and mugged.
I bet you want to know what happened next don’t you? Well, tough. I will leave you in suspense, ever wondering (I say ever, I mean until my next entry, obviously) whether or not he murdered my friends and me in a dark alley surrounded by steamy vents and burly, mean-glaring, yakuza-looking, and leather fingerless gloves wearing Japanese men.
... soldier`s sword collection, however, these were blown out of the water by the 8ft long bow and arrows on display that were used in combat.
To end our time at Ueno we embarked on what we expected to be a peaceful walk around the park and the shrine for Benten,the Goddess of Fortune. However, half way around we heard some loud grunting sounds emerging from behind the trees, which, upon closer inspection was a WWF match ...
... inside the JR Line area and we didn't want to just buy a ticket to go in. Lame. We did wander around the area a bit and found an office building with a bunch of restaurants in its basement - one of which was a vending machine ramen place. You go to the vending machine, insert money, punch in what you want, get your ticket, and give it to the chef. Then he makes your food and gives it to you. Pretty interesting process, and the noodles weren't bad either.
... shopping, with so many shops and centres to walk through. Ladies, a paradise for you!
The interesting thing about Shinjuku, (or Tokyo in general) is that each street, alley is different. We caught the metro often, and each time we left Shinjuku station, we would also come across a different way to go home, with different shops and attractions. After our stay, we still couldnt gett it right!
Shinjuku was also where there were some great bars and clubs, which ...