Shinjuku New City Hotel
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... is apparent in Tokyo and they try really hard. From “Cutesie to punk” they have it all on the streets of Tokyo.
Several times when Devon and I were waiting for a Taxi before 9:00 am to go to our meetings we would see young girls staging in their platform boots in the streets drunk, coming home from working at the Karokie bars. On the way to the airport at 5:30 this Friday morning there were more drunk people going home or ...
Four glasses of wine got me through the 13 hour flight. It chased the sun. It's 3:45AM Eastern and I slept about a half hour. Only to wake up to find myself sleep-groping my neighbor - I kid you not! Apologized profusely. Struck up a conversation about an hour later and we ended up laughing about it. Had a great chat - she works for OXO and was heading back home to interview a few ...
... go back to the Dormy Inn.
I'd missed gaming on my computer,so I went to the national arcade. It was like an American arcade except in Japanese. After being around tech for so much I wanted to be classy,so I went to Kabukiza. It's an old theater that shows old Japanese plays for people to watch.
I went back to my hotel to rest and prepare for my final day in Japan.
Since it was my last time in Tokyo,I decided to go to Hakone. ...
... A short walk from Motohakone was an ancient cedar-lined pathway which was very impressive. Massive cedar trees on each side of this little gravel and dirt pathway, which was only about 20 feet away from the main road but it felt like you were deep in the woods.
Coming out the oter side i walked down to Hakone Machi-ko to catch the boat ride to the other side of the lake. Crossing the lake on the boat is one of the 3 recommended spots to view Mount Fuji, ...
... is pushing the last sleepy business men going to work into the metro. Yes, the Japanese manage space very efficiently, they have to, with a large population of 127 million in a country with a lot of uninhabitable mountains. We ate for the first time in a standup sushi bar, 8 meters long and not even 2 meters wide, with two chefs working behind the counter, and all this in one of the arches under the train lines. We saw the same in the shape of a whiskey bar, a ...