The B Roppongi
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... the busiest crossing in the world while enjoying a Starbucks. We walked around the streets here for a while too. It was so busy and all the streets had crazy bright neon lights. Then headed to Shinjuku and found a famous Ramen cafe which Yuka recommended. The ramen was good, but still not the best food we have ever tried. From here we found Zoetrope, a small whisky bar which Scott had read up ...
... a lot of care about how they look. I particularly liked the girl in the dress made out of fabric printed to look like old newspapers. Another observed trend is the peaked knitted wool watch cap, perched precariously on the top of the head (goes with anything).
The other sartorial group is of course the salarymen; one starts to wonder to what extent they interact with the rest of society, purely on the basis of the clothing difference ...
... the brown fluffy puppy to sit and shake hands but Charlotte needed to help him, meanwhile the other dog was put into the bedroom. Miyuki enjoyed showing the kids Japanese and Korean games then some origami. Despite their limited English, google translator helped, it was a fabulous night from very gracious hosts. Back onto train which was packed at 10pm, Max fell asleep but Charlotte was still buzzing from her enjoyable evening. What a huge first day in ...
DAY TWO (1/4/13)—Dallas>Tokyo > Hanoi
"Goin' places that I've never been. Seein' things that I may never see again." –
Willie Nelson, ”On the Road Again”
About 8:30 pm CST, we cross the International Date Line, so by the time I post this, it
will be late evening, January 4.
I have never paid much attention to the actual line of the dateline – it staggers around aimlessly in this part of ...
... I visit Tokyo, except for my very first visit to Tokyo. Back then, the only reason my family visited the tower was because we were with a tour group. On my second visit to Tokyo, I hardly paid any attention to it, and let’s face it, at seventeen then, I was more preoccupied with buying kitsch trinkets and shopping at Harajuku while my dad went to the office than visiting places ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe B Roppongi Minato
Nice place. Clean. Comfortable. Good breakfast.
Only complaint was the naked guy who barged into the room in the early hours of the morning! (Roppongi is a party area) But at least the hotel staff dealt with him efficiently.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.