Sakura Hotel Hatagaya
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSakura Hotel Hatagaya Shibuya
The romms are very small, nothing like the ones on their website. Dont think you are gonna get any sleep. When someone has a shower the sound of the water running through the pipes echo's through the whole hotel. I would NEVER stay here again.
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... and his view of the changing times in Japan - from the end of the feudal Edo period to the modern Meiji era. It was a different experience from most art galleries in the West where there are often long descriptions attached to each piece - someone else's interpretation of the painting. Here, as an introduction to each of the 5 chapters, there was a short paragraph on what some of Tessai's inspiration might have been; the paintings just had a title and year - and left ...
... I don't know what the causes are for it but everywhere I looked it wasn't just that things were different, they were doing them better. I never took a cab while in Tokyo but had I done so, I have no doubt that the driver would have used the meter and not taken a penny more than what it read (there's no tipping here). The Japanese are just like that - honest, polite, fantastic people.
It's also possible the driver might be wearing white cotton gloves like a snooker referee, ...
... his meal. The wife looked at me and said that she was done too. I think all she tried was the first tuna sushi and decided it was not her cup of tea. Our chef moaned and groaned in disappointment so she looked at me and said help yourself and you can have my husband's set too he's not coming back. I was debating whether to take the offer but i guess my desire was not subtle enough, i guess the saliva pouring down the side of my mouth doesn't help. Our chef ...
... grey like Aberdeen in Scotland, not as pretty but much more impressive. Central Tokyo is sterile and colourless in spite of its many green parks. We found out later that apart from the roads and elevated expressways, there is an extensive system of tunnels below ground that most of the traffic uses and only pops up to the normal roads when they are near their destination. O'daiba, in the south east of the city on Tokyo Bay, is far ...
... I picked it up and I didn't drive because I
had that oil leak one day before I brought the bike for the tire
change). You will see the damage on the image. Unbelievable! A
transport company picked up my bike and brought it to the dealer
(around 700chf, my insurance paid it, lucky me again!). So I had new
tires on it but the rear tire and rear wheel were useless. The Ducati
Dealer had a look at it and ordered a new rim from italy (took about