Shinsayama Daiichi Hotel
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... As our rail passes had expired we enjoyed traveling on Tokyo's very efficient, crowed and clean metro system. Tokyo is the world's most populous metropolitan area with upwards of 37.8 million people and the world's largest urban agglomeration economy. World War II wrought widespread destruction of most of the city due to the persistent Allied air raids on Japan and the use of incendiary bombs. More than half the city was burnt, destroyed and then the entire city ...
We started the day by going to Namja Town which was rather non eventful but they had really good Gyoza so it wasn't all bad.
We then headed off to Akihabara the electronics area of Tokyo. Ashlyn and I both got some items from the Gashapon machines,
Spent most of the time walking around just checking out shops.
Although it doesn't seem much it was a full on day with lots of walking that's resulted ...
... knack for fitting a ridiculous number of things into tiny spaces; so we have a kitchen, bathroom and bedroom all within about 2 square feet...But right now, all I need is place to lie down and sleep, because my body is telling me it's late afternoon, but the clock is telling me it's the wee hours of the morning. Good morning, afternoon or night world - whatever time zone you're in...
... in bloom. We look forward to seeing many more trees in this amazing spring display soon if our luck stays with us. Once at the museum we are greeted with beautiful Japanese architecture and displays. The museum is laid out well showcasing the history of Japan with some amazing artifacts, swords, kimonos, armour and paintings. It was a very interesting day that answered some questions we had before we arrived in this glorious and proud country. After the museum we made our ...
... an emotional goodbye for Lucy and Tomo, but the heartache made easier (I think) by our plans for Tomo to take us round some more of Tokyo the following day.
The following day came far too soon! Still completely sozzled we checked out of our hostel and headed out to find our new one.
Two hours later, lost, hot, drunk, but with hangovers rapidly setting in we crumpled to a ...
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