The Ritz-Carlton Tokyo
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... and buy a talisman (my first and only) for luck and success. Walking back to reach the station we pass by the Shinkyo sacred bridge which sits between the town of Nikko and its main shrines. Its red lacquered span arches gracefully across the sparkling Daiya River and it is much smaller than I thought it would be. Legend has it that the hermit who settled Nikko was carried across the river here by two serpents. In feudal times, the sacred bridge could be used only ...
Although I go to school in Southern California, my address is in Tokyo. I was born here and I've spent most of my life here, so I guess it's my "home" though I have homes elsewhere, too.
Now that my brother has graduated, my family and I flew back to Tokyo. We took Singapore Airlines because it was cheaper than ANA during summer. Usually, we take ANA because we like it, but for some reason only during summer, ...
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Next stop was Yoyogi Park, a mile and a half walk from Takeshita Street, and a fantastic place for the cherry blossoms, here in full bloom! All of the ground under the spectacular trees was filled with people with their shopping bags from the surrounding fashion stores, taking time to sit down and enjoy some libations, while they view the floral display. We arrived in late afternoon, and many people were already beginning ...
... back in my laptop). After far too much walking I figured I would have to go to some kind of electronics district...and trying to figure out where that might be went in the bin.
Strolled through Yoyogi park and found the Meiji temple, then kept going up into Shinjuku to get 54th story views of the city from the top of the Tokyo Government Building. Insanely proud of my map reading skills by this point as only one large detour en route! ...
... cards. To do this you had to shake a container to get a pencil with a number on it in Japanese, then you matched the number to the number on a set of draws to get your card. The card showed in Japanese whether you would get good, average or bad luck for things like travel, marriage and building a house. The card I picked for yohei was the best card with good luck. Mums was the worst and advised against travel. Lunch was a type ...