Yokohama Sakuragicho Washington Hotel
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... and a large karaoke bill, the decision was taken that the train was all a bit difficult and we should get a cab anyway. Profligate... As soon as the call was made early on Saturday afternoon to return to the guaranteed carnage of the beer festival to meet English couple martin and Davina and some of their Japanese friends, the dye was cast for another boozy onslaught which thankfully ended much earlier than previous nights but ...
... The complex we see today has been rebuilt.
Leading up to the temple is the shopping street of Nakamise-dori where all kinds of knick-knacks and souvenirs are on offer. We skipped the trinkets and headed right for the vendor selling hot sweet red bean buns -- delicious! At the entrance of Nakamise-dori is the Kaminarimon Gate with guardian statues and a very cool red ball latern.
After exploring Senso-ji we camped out ...
... neons everywhere but a few streets have survived the modernization assault and have small non-neon illuminated shops. There is a very large temple complex where you can see some geisha strolling around. There was also a very interesting ritual, a pot with dozens of incense sticks was smoking and people just pull the smoke toward their hair or those of their children.
I finished my night in Roppongi. Roppongi for some reason is ...
... as I expected more. I thought being the only White guys on this ride, they'd have a little fun at our expense. Sadly no one was around besides the ticket takers.
After leaving Cosmo World, We visited another large shopping center called Yokohama World Porters. We had a look around the food court which for a moment, I ended up getting lost from my partner. It took a while to find him. It was good to get out of the sun for a bit and check out ...
Today we went to the National Museum of Nature and Science, after reading on the net that Asimo works there we were pretty excited to meet with him, maybe get to shake his little robot hand. We got there and noticed a sign up near Asimos part of the room. We had missed his show times, It said nothing of this anywhere in the leaflets or on the net, I was pretty upset but I saved the tears for things that mattered, like bigger robots. We had a look ...