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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.
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... around the city. We learned about the shinto shrines, which prohibit iconography of any kind, so they are essentially empty, with no religious images. Instead, they are positioned as places of refuge and tranquility. Some of the shinto shrines, called Inari, are shrines to business, where businesspeople go to pray for success and wisdom in their dealings, and Sensoji has an Inari temple, which we visited.
They also have an interesting custom of paying ...
... some original Manga drawings/sketches and the fans wanted to see them up close and make pictures. Manga is serious business in Japan.
In the evening went out to an English pub for a beer where I met a American guy who was a little odd. He wore shorts and carried a big daypack with him...started a conversation and apparently he thought the first language in Holland was English...so quickly corrected him.. He self studied Japanese and had ...
... a common meal from Lawson convenience store) to eat on the metro. Even without a sign to indicate it, we knew that this was unwelcome by everyone around us. People simply do not eat in public transport, in fact few even drink. In slow motion, Olie and I slipped our sushi triangles back into the plastic bag and sat in silence - another social norm - until we reached our stop. Don't ask me how we knew it was wrong. No one gave us nasty looks or tutted us. We ...
... of the Time: Memory of the Great East Japan Earthquake. I had more interest in and, even better, it was free. I wandered through the exhibit, which had pictures of things that had been washed away in the tsunami.
From there I walked across the street to the Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum. They had a temporary exhibit called Great French Paintings From the Clark, the Clark being the Sterling and Francine ...
... we finished our dinner we said good by to one of the two of sensei's friends that were with us and the other friend came with us back to the tokyo metropolitan building to get some more pictures of the city of tokyo at night where everything was all lit up including the tokyo tower and the tokyo skytree. then of course eventually we had to head back to our hotel so we said good bye to sensei's friend and on our way back the hotel we stopped by a ...