Super Hotel JR Ueno Iriyaguchi
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... are a great finale to this popular escape from the city high rise
across the bay.
Tokyo you thrilled us again today!
** Odaiba is one of the proposed venue locations in Tokyo's bid for the 2020 Summer Olympics The events to be held there under the venue plan include beach volleyball , the triathlon and marathon swimming at Odaiba Marine Park, with the gymnastics at a new as yet unbuilt venue
... bean paste filling, and a bowl of Japanese-style gelatin cubes with adzuki bean topping. She explained that these are traditional Japanese foods, with recipes and methods of preparation dating back centuries. After relishing such delicacies, we meandered through the sakura (cherry) blossoms in the sunshine. So lovely!
Thank you, Aiko, for such a wonderful afternoon!!
Since Ikebukuru was on the way back to the hotel, we stopped at the Pokemon Center MEGA ...
... to Daiso 100 yen.Then visit the new fashion at Harauku district Tokyo,is a leading area for Japanese young fashion and generates new fashion into the world with idea of "Kawaii" as the keyword. Ginza, which is a busiest modernized shopping street in Tokyo. After dinner transfer to airport flight back ...
... we checked out the last time, they charged us 2000 yen (around $20) because we had lost one of our plastic room keys. This time I asked for an additional 20 minutes to check out and they wanted to charge us an additional 25,000 yen. We have since moved on to the Sheraton Miyako and tonight and Saturday we stay at the Park Prince (too complicated to explain-poor planning basically). Love Tokyo but we are both tired and ready to head home. I think 14 days is about our limit. We are on Day ...
They say that attitude is everything. In this case, it was. I ended up going alone to the Quilt Festival this year, on a day I was both physically and mentally exhausted. At the time, I felt that though it certainly didn't come close to last year's standard, it was a solid year. There were much fewer bright colours, and pastels and muted tones dominated; there was also a definite trend of ombré, both of fabrics and effects.