Hotel Route Inn Yokohama Bashamichi
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... built in the 1600s, it was destroyed in the war and later rebuilt. It has a large gateway, with huge Japanese lanterns. The Japanese temples are all very interesting. At them, worshippers will buy small strips of papers that have fortunes printed on them (almost like the original fortune cookie). You will take a good fortune home with you, but if it is bad, you tie it to a string or a fence. So, you’ll see hundreds ...
... station. Tried to navigated our way around and to find some food. Headed towards Shinkjuku Dori and into a restaurant. Looked interesting but was empty and the menu sounds average so we just left.
Found another small local restaurant with interesting looking food so stayed there. Lorry lucked out with the soup dish. It was all chicken skin, tripe and offal. Once that was removed, the soup and noodles were quite nice.
... out here for about two hours! When I woke up, groggy and still tired, I forced myself to at least go to the bathhouse before we left. Inside the women's bathhouse was a large indoor area with pools of different temperatures, and an outside portion with manmade rock pools and wooden tubs big enough for only one or two people. And yes, everyone is naked, no need for embarrassment. Young women, old women, moms and their children all come here together. Had I not been ...
... the tape was released, and we got on board to find our seats. We purchased 1st class tickets which were only a few dollars more than 2nd class and were rewarded with a nearly empty car. There was only one other person in it for the entire trip to Yokohama, and he got off a couple of stops before we did.
There was a place for luggage at the end of the car by the exit where we left most everything. ...
... the station's basements for a while and eventually found what I suspect is the area they were talking about. It turned out to be right next to Shibuya Hikarie so I wandered in there.
The description for Shibuya Hikarie in my guidebook said it has a glass-walled theater, Theater Orb. I couldn't imagine what a glass-walled theater would be like so I went to check it out. It turns out that the glass walls are only in the ...