Hotel Sunroute Higashi Shinjuku
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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... looked at the shops. It was pretty hot out but we figured we would just take a train back to the Hilton instead of walking. We went to the Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden to see how that was.
It was nice and the flowers were blooming near the French Garden which was nice. The Taiwan Temple was cool looking and the lawns were nicely manicured. They really take pride in their ...
... ASIMO'. Unfortunately by the time we got there he'd already done his final demonstration for the day so we could only see him through a pane of glass, and also in action in videos. There were other exhibits too but they were largely aimed at kids.
We then decided to head for Akihabara, the famous electronics district. The highlight for us here were the giant ...
... Because Japan that's why. You just have to accept these things and move on!
By now it's actually really sunny and quite warm tho thankfully not oppressively hot like the last 2 days. We travel across the lake and eventually Mount Fuji can be seen for a few seconds... well when i say seen you can see about a third of one side as the rest was obscured by other mountains and cloud. Then the little bit we could see vanished as quickly as it turned up. FML. ...
... to the door, or even down the street, by all the personal, bowing and repeating Arigato Gozai-Mashita, like they are loosing a good friend. I left a tip on a table of a restaurant, only to find the waitress chasing me down the street because I forgot some money. This culture dates back from the 200 year the Shogun ruled, sealing Japan off from the rest of the world and impeding strict laws with sever punishments for just being impolite or rude. Probably not very ...
... in 10 different directions simultaneously.
Got up at 8:26 at my hotel in the Ueno area of Tokyo. Ate breakfast downstairs, then did a few things online, packed, checked out, and stored my luggage. I left the hotel at 10:21 and walked to nearby Shin-okachimachi Station. Argh, this is a Toei Line subway, not Tokyo Metro. Yesterday I bought a day pass for Tokyo Metro, which operates nine of the city’s 13 subway routes. The other four are privately run by Toei ...