Shinkoiwa Park Hotel
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... trip, but it was very very good
5-the main course was a large pot on a burner that contained a variety of items. It boiled for a while on the table and then the waitresses stirred it up and we were ready to eat. When I say variety, please know I mean it. In my bowl I had pork, fish, egg, potato (maybe?) and a full scallop. Not talking just the pretty white scallop that we are used to, I mean with ALL of the ...
... white walls here accented this phenomenon.
We viewed the sprawling city of Tokyo through the 25 foot tall windows before enjoying the special exhibit called "Go Betweens: The World Seen Through Children". This exhibit showcased several artists and the art they have done highlighting the thoughts and hardships of children from all over the world. I think the ...
... and we got a great meal with free wine with that plus a huge screen TV with lots of new movie choices.
Our hotel the Rydges was only a five minute walk from Arrivals and we could even bring our luggage carts into the room. That was a bonus as well as the free bottle of bubbly that arrived shortly afterwards.
Thai Air to Bangkok was their usual elegance and we fully enjoyed the experience again for one last time.
... what you really value and appreciate in life. In that sense, I learned a lot.
Last but not least, I would also like to thank my sponsors, the Visa credit card company and the Jim and Amy savings account with the rapidly declining balance and my generous hosts in Tokyo and Nagoya.
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... facet of Japanese cuisine. The first type of food on Mariko's Magical Food Tour (MMFT for short) was tonkatsu (deep-fried breaded pork tenderloin with a sort-of Worcestershire sauce). In order that I won't have to repeat myself everytime I mention a meal, I'll just say now that all the things on MMFT were absolutely delicious.
On Saturday our first stop was Asakusa, which has one of Tokyo's most famous Buddhist temples, called ...