Sankei City Hotel Hachioji
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Tokyo, the heart of Japan. The bustling traffic and the neon lights. The chatter of pedestrians. This is Tokyo. One of the best places I went to in Tokyo was the kitty cat cafe. You can enjoy the finest food and snuggle up to a cuddly kitten. If you visit Tokyo you must visit the kitty cat cafe. I snuggled with a kitten called Heiwa which means …
... was accompanied by some terrible food.
I have to say, I loved the city, and definitely plan on going back at some point in my life. What was impressive was everybody`s unfailing respect for the rules, and the feeling that by following them, you were making everyone`s (including your own) life easier. This went from not littering, to not jumping queues, to not smoking on the street, to not going the wrong way up or down stairs. On ...
We are the champions! Well actually Alan is the champion, me I just follow! We spent all day criss crossing Tokyo on the train system and never once got lost, how good is that?
Started the day(warm and sunny) with a trip to Ginza, the famous shopping area of Tokyo. Thanks to advice from the Brennans we started at the sony store to see the latest in electronic gadgetry! Six floors ...
... to sit? My entitled, American self needed a place to rest. Afterall, all humans really just want to find a nice place to sit. On the outskirts of Akihabara, The "Electric District", I sat on the curb and rested my feet. I felt lonely here and out of place. I couldn't read the signs and had no one at the moment to show me what to eat and what to see. The air was cool and I felt my damp shirt clinging to my biceps. It was time to get up and keep exploring.
Akihabara was ...
... the servings where all very small but we enjoyed it all.
Back to Shopping.
Serena was on a roll. She found so much stuff. So did Matthew but that's normal.
We where hungry again.
We found a sushi train. But this was a very different sushi train. It was a personal sushi train.
Each person was given a plastic card with a number on it. You sat at the computer with ...
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Really nice view from the top of the building. 4 Stars
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