The Ritz-Carlton Tokyo
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I reached Narita Airport at 8 am in the morning. Narita is a good 90 minutes away from Tokyo. I took the bus into town and was greeted by my friends Alex and Amanda. Of course the bus was perfect: clean, quiet, comfortable and exactly on time.
Alex and Amanda were staying at the fancy Ritz Carlton in the heart of Tokyo city in a …
... collect new g pens or brush pens or even gifts for friends and family back home.
Next was Tokyo Summerland... the craziest water park I have ever been to the massive wave pool is crowded but massive it almost feels like a real beach. student would like the experience and it is a awesome place to relax after the bargaining you would have done at ginza. if ...
... signs and stuff. We'll walk around tomorrow and see how stuff is. We stopped at Shinjuku Station before the Hilton and it was packed with people. They gave us a high floor but no lounge access, I told them I would change rooms if needed and they said tomorrow would be available. Its very convenient to have that access.
Me and Jessica just wanted to shower and go to bed, it was a long day.
All of the US friends met up with Kazu last night. We ended up going fairly deep as soon as we heard we only had the diner room for another hour with unlimited drinks! Needless to say I was drunk till about 10am. The hangover began at 10:01, and I had to fight it pretty damn hard to make it to the shrine on time! But I got there, and discovered that Kaz and Norie had included us in a ritual that is only for ...
... that you might be able to see it at. We get
there and still no Mount Fuji!! We were very disappointed and made the
way back to Tokyo proper.
The next day, we made our way to the Miraikan, home of ASIMO! Miraikan is short for National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation--what a mouthful. We took a robot bus to get there.
Along with ASIMO, there were a ...