Shinagawa Tobu Hotel
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... we skipped the children's) floor. He was a real trouper. Amoung the photos I've attached, there is a bejewelled Tiara that we might perhaps consider as a 25th anniversary exchange for the current. Lol We dined near out apt. At Marzac's known for it's grilled meat dishes according to our host. There were a few empty tables but we were seated on stools at the counter facing the open cooking area. :-). The menu was totally in Japanese. The youngest kid ...
... shops on the street. We had dinner at an udon place which served massive portions, which I proudly managed to finish, and took a small leg break. After our break we headed to an underground j-rock gig Mel had planned for us called Club Que. The place was really cool in a tiny crowded room with a small stage and the music was really good but we all left half deaf. Returned home at 11:30 and rested for the night with ringing ears ...
... it's just they are all pickled.
Japanese craft beer is an up and coming industry although I doubt we'll see much of it on the UK.
Bass Pale Ale seems to be everywhere, can't remember it being that popular at home since the late seventies.
I've been bitten again, not by a mosquito but by the travel bug. Japan hasn't been the awe inspiring trip it was the first time, how could it be, but it has given me the desire to wander more ...
... panel-definitely in Japan! Tokyo is everything you'd expect it to be. Huge high rise buildings, lights everywhere and busy at all times of day and night. On my first full day we set off out of this craziness to the five lakes region close to Mount Fuji. After hearing from one friend that Mount Fuji doesn't exist, due to it being surrounded by clouds throughout their entire stay we set off to see it and dispel this myth! Upon arriving at Otsuki station (about 45 mins from ...
... can make out the outline of the mountain but certainly not the normal postcard view you imagine. The rest of the city is beautiful though. My coffee with a view, well yes there is a cafe on this floor and we even got 2 for the price of 1 and it's was real coffee not 43 beans! There is floors and floors of shopping in every building we go into. We went across to the Minatomirai Station with the intention to catch the train somewhere...... But why would you ...