Shibuya Excel Hotel Tokyu
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... We did see some girls dressed up in the geisha outfits but they didn't have the make up on. When we were inside we noticed them doing fortune tellers, you put 100yen in the box and you had a metal cyclised full of chopsticks with a Japanese symbol on the end, you had to match the symbol with the draw and you could get your fortune paper out of the draw, thank god I had an easy symbol to find! Haha. I wanted to keep my paper but you had to tie it around a grid type of ...
tasty treats and singing your heart out all night…such fun! Karaoke is
something that you should definitely do with friends when you’re out in Japan.
Even if you can’t sing, being out with friends and bopping your head to your
favourite songs (maybe some J-Pop even) is a great way to spend your night.
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... of the night holding each other up on the street corners and no doubt laughing about what just took place in the pubs and clubs around Shibuya over the last 10 hours. It was almost surreal how quiet it was, knowing that within a few hours it once again will become the sea of commuters and shoppers that it is known for. We took the Hibya line train from Shibuya to Harajuku. The Harajuku station is sandwiched between beautiful Yayogi park and the Harajuku market. One being a ...
... player is clearly in shock but the ten foot drop doesn't seem to be his/her primary focus getting out of the water is now the objective. While its possible that every contestant we saw was unable to swim the more likely answer was that there was something in the water. With cat-like reflexes each contestant immediately drags them selves out of the pool onto a slime lined ramp and slides down to a bowl with ...
... on Japanese women but things did not work out completely for him...so after a couple of beers I left for my dorm bed :-)
The next morning I started a little Tokyo tour and first went to the Meiji shrine. Emperor Meiji was the emporer who started the process of modernisation and he was a keen fan of things European especially French wines. He is still very much revered in Japan and I watched a ceremony of Japanese men and women all dressed ...