Sotetsu Fresa Inn Tokyo Kamata
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... the utmost quality ensures the retail industry is booming. Both women and men are dressed immaculately and you'd see women doing their hair and makeup in the train for over an hour at a time. Shopping in the large underground malls is a common pastime and I never saw a girl run to the corner store in her trackies and uggies to grab a bottle of milk. Apparently there are great second-hand clothes shops in the cities due to the excessive commercialism ...
... of how we feel alone with all our burdens piling up, barely able to see the
rest, and only when we stop and take that step back do we see that we’re not
That was somewhat more profound than I usually write, but the experience
was amazing, and if anyone is ever able to see Lee Mingwei’s work I highly
recommend going for it.
After all this high society artsy stuff I was in dire need of a drink. Yes,
I was thirsty, but ...
... Rob chose to stay and use all our seats for himself in economy and the rest of us cruised up to flatbed section and cruised like queens in our long seats, lots of elbow room and red pillows with matching red doonas. It was wonderful. The girls were so thankful and I felt very blessed. I could travel like this all the time but of course it would cost too much on other flights. We slept, read, ate drank and generally felt special the ...
... normal” way of doing things, and are very happy being “average”. This is a very unique and unusual perspective for us, as Americans, to understand.
Scot was here over 20 years ago, toward the end of the “bubble” economy, when the Nikkei Stock index hit 60,000 (3 times today’s levels), and everything seemed to cost a fortune. At that time, the land underneath the Imperial Palace in Tokyo was said to be worth more than all ...
... Japan these past two weeks and this would finally be that experience! Walking into this place, it makes you feel at ease right away, it doesn't have a sketchy feel to it at all and everyone is smiling with big signs everywhere to properly guide you through the "process". The guy at the counter gives me a key for my wrist, instructs me to choose a yukata at some other desk then go change. Simple enough. I head off to the dressing room and realize I wasn't ...