Super Hotel Shinyokohama
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... Station, I was accosted by two high school students who were on assignment for their English class, Their teacher had sent them (in pairs for safety) to find foreigners and speak with them in English. They had a survey question, printed in case I couldn't understand their accent. The question of the day was *What problems have you had with Yokokhama Station?" I told them that my only problem was that some train platforms don't ...
... darkness, especially the tall buildings looked good.
Note: the weather is nice (although it was raining very hard yesterday in the evening because of the rainseason) but it`s humid too.. oh and there are mosquitoes(?) that can bite you and when they do, you can see a big spot (of where they bit you) (bigger compared to the ones in the Netherlands).
So, after an hour of looking around on the road. I managed to see Disney and a lot of little towns. I even saw a small road crossing a railroad. You know, those you often see in anime series haha. I also noticed there are a LOT of toll gates and those gates open last minute and very fast. The first time I thought we were going to crash into it. An hour ...
... and my personal favourite of the outer markets, the knife sellers.
By the time we'd made our way through the outer markets, Veronica was sick of it already, and having no interest in the fish market, we agreed to meet in 2 hours at a Starbucks we'd passed on the way out of the train station. I didn't realise it at that stage, but I'd need much less than 2 hours.
I can see why the fishmongers at Tsukiji despise the tourists. It really is ...
... flush kicks in. All in all, these buttons make a otherwise mundane task an experience! 3. Wabi sabi style. I admit that I stole this phrase from the lonely planet but it does describe Japanese style of perfect imperfection. You see it in their fashion, their decoration at home, their gardens and their food. Everything is simple, moderate, clean and slightly quirky. 4. Thank yous and bowing. Even when you're being told off in Japan, you are given a bow, ...