Sunroute Takadanobaba Hotel
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... inside the city. It was still early spring so the trees and flowers were just starting to bloom, I can only imagine how beautiful it will be in another couple of weeks! It was still awesome though as it was 20 degrees and no wind, some of the cherry trees were blooming and they were beautiful. The park is enormous, which is good as it felt like the whole city was showing up there! It was really neat that while in the park you felt ...
... lets do it! There was one guy sitting in there
getting food made for himself and no one really spoke English we tried to say
no seafood because of my allergies but suddenly we had two of the smallest
bowls Ive ever seen filled with some kind of broth… umm what? What is this,
seafood? Yes yes seafood then exaggerated
arms swinging no, NO seafood, allergy… hospital.. – surprised faces ohhhhh no
fish you no fish, yes please ...
Flew to KL and Tokyo uneventful. The Air Malaysia staff were continuously on microphone preaching about safety measures and keeping us safe, I couldn't help thinking that Malaysian Airlines should have been thinking safety prior to the two catastrophic incidents of their planes, but perhaps I’m pessimistic?
Caught bus from airport to Hotel, when waiting for bus, there was lines drawn out onto the foot path so people would stand ...
... to make changes to what they are serving. We started the day today at Shibuya crossing. A huge intersection outside the train stop. It's very famous as it us one of the busiest intersections in the world. The lights change and people cross in every direction including diagonally across the street. Watching from Starbucks on the first floor it just looks like a sea of people. Poor Angus nearly got left behind as we made our way back to the station. We spent ...
Our first full day in Tokyo started off with a trip to Yoyogi Park, for the Earth Garden Festival. There were crafts and clothing, food and music, and some familiar sounds from a Japanese group called Modern Irish Project. We had a beer and began tasting the food of Japan. We first dug into a bun looking like a dumpling, filled with some mystery meat!, and a egg sandwich with pork, leeks, sesame soy aioli, all put between two noodle cakes, that had a sear on the outside, to give ...