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 …
... to further understand the culture of the Japanese. We participate in an event that is called The Fukuju-no-mai Dance which celebrates The Seven Deities of Good Fortune, which involves elaborate choreography. We participated by being on stage in costume throwing beans at the people and chanting “Long Live Good fortune!” These phrases commemorates the deities. By participating in these two activity we were able to understand ...
... with crystal-clear certainty make sure alliteration was perfectly prolific within the premises on everything from the name of the joint to the names of the different machines (see what I did there? Of course you do, you clever person you).
Amy and Reena had spent much more time planning their trip than I had, so when I asked what their plan for the rest of the day was and their first reply was Maid Café I went along, only somewhat aware of what awaited me. I grabbed my ...
... to visit on anyone's trip to Tokyo. It's viewing platform is on the 54th floor and has great views of Tokyo and on a clear day you may even see Mt. Fuji! Plus it's totally free to go up to the viewing platform, whereas other places like the Skytree and Tokyo Tower can be quite expensive. It's definitely worth checking out if you're spending an afternoon in Shinjuku.
Tokyo is a great city and is an absolute MUST if you are ...
... for over $3,000 (which seems to offer a pretty good profit margin when carved up for the retail market). He also showed us a 120 lb yellowfin tuna which he said would provide sashimi for over 300 people when carved up properly.
After the bluefin tuna, the next most desirable are the big eye tuna, and then the yellowfin tuna, which still make great sashimi, but don’t have the fatty tuna that the bluefin species does (Americans prefer ...