Shin Matsudo Hotel
Travel Blogs from Matsudo
... up to now. She's very happy working for the Minister of Tourism and infrastructure as a secretary and by the sounds of it he really stands out in Parliament as being one of the younger, if not youngest, senior ministers. A good person to work with then! Japan has elections for half of their ministers every three years, but fortunately for us, he was not up for election this time round, so Hiromi had time to spend an evening with us. It was our opportunity to ask her some of the ...
... another wander and found the moomin cafe! Tres cool. Nomes got a wee bit excited but after being directed back outside by the waitress to see the queue we realised just how much the Japanese love Moomins so didn’t quite make it to actually sitting down in it.
The day before Tim’s cousin Yukiko’s wedding we thought the rambling travellers needed a bit of a tidy up and so took ourselves off to the hairdressers. There were two lovely ...
... spent the next 3hours catching up and making plans for the next few days in Tokyo.
Finally at 12.30am Rhys and I had to call it a night as we were both feeling like zombies, we said goodnight to Naoki and finally fell into bed around 1am!
We both had a great sleep in and in our opinion a very well deserved one. After being lazy for the morning we decided to go out and find some breakfast just as we were walking down the street we ran into Mum, Dad ...
... there for this reason, but Christine, being forever young at heart, was excited about going so we duly took another metro ride to get there.
Shibuya has a very famous pedestrian crossing just outside one of its station exits at Hachiko - it's where they shot that famous scene in the movie, Lost in Translation. If you are familiar with the pedestrian crossing outside Sogo in Causeway Bay, then imagine it ten times worse - that's ...
... Ginza followed by a short tube ride to check out Electric town or Akihabara as it is known.
A colourful if somewhat grotty place. Spent a couple of hours strolling around the shops looking at the electronic goods for the export market. No bargains! Afterwards we decide to walk back along Chuo-dori to Tokyo station. The walk was very enjoyable and along we way we took in a few back streets and soaked up the atmosphere of the restaurants under the ...
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