Shin-Yokohama Fuji View Hotel
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... jump-start program held on the ship after the logistical pre-port but it didn’t help much. Even though you couldn’t really communicate directly with anyone, they were all very willing to help in whatever way they could. The standard of service was so much higher than in America and they are not a culture that tips. We tip in America and the service we receive much of the time is so much less than Japanese service on a bad day. That is one thing that really struck me.
... eye out for crazily dressed locals.
And then Sunday night was the time to experience another Japanese phenomonen: the insane theme restaurant. Despite stiff competition (check out http://travel.cnn.com/tokyo/eat/wild-we ird-and-scary-tokyos-5-strangest-theme- restaurants-426893 for a taster of the selection on offer in Tokyo) we opted for...Ninjas! Imagine this: you arrive at the restaurant and are ushered to a waiting area which ...
... looked rather obscure to me. Everyone has tried a Cheeseburger and a Quarter Pounder. So I wanted the odd looking burgers. First up, I order what I assume is a McChicken Burger for old time sake. A Deep Fried Chicken Crispy Burger and a Teriyaki Pork Burger. Don't forget, I am going off pictures and pointing to what looks good to me personally. This is where things get interesting.
The first Chicken Burger is a soft chicken burger with shredded white cabbage ...
... mountains and while their brethren were sifting through, picking things out of their fur. Their rosy cheeks and foreheads seemed to pop out of their fur, drawing attention, as well, to their green and brown eyes that gazed up indifferently at their legions of fans. Apparently these animals were more than used to this, as they walked in between watchers, close enough for us to pick them up, if we dared. Naturally, we did not do that. To ...
... had the whole day in Disneyland! It was a fun-filled day! I went to Tokyo Disneyland, so that is def off my bucket list! :D
The third day in Tokyo was also our last day in Japan. After breakfast and settled everything and checking out of the hotel, we went to the popular Tsukiji Fish Market, known as one of the world's largest fish markets, handling over 2,000 tons of marine products per day.
We went to explore Odaiba after, which is ...