The Crest Hotel Kashiwa
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... Airways flight crew and small group of US Marines all visiting Tokyo. We spent some time getting to know them while enjoying a couple drinks before going to explore the true Japanese feel of going out. On our walk over Elliot had a little drip incident but nothing a napkin couldn't help. The four of us went to an Izakaya (local bar with only enough room for about 5 people). We went to one on the 2nd floor that had a bartender that spoke no English but we were ...
... even in the darkness, Andrew could sense the deep panic in her eyes.) Natascha's favorite part was the giant snake that "slithered" over the audience, blowing smoke.
Prior to the show beginning, we were given a 'safety' briefing by the show MC instructing the audience that the performance was potentially dangerous and if an object (robot or person) came close to you, you should 'make a dodge' to avoid it. This and the chain link ...
... house was to check out the massive Mitsukoshi department store in the nearby Ginza district that was supposed to have the most amazing prepared food section. So with that in mind we headed out and after a much needed Starbucks stop along the way, we arrived at the 12 story behemoth that took up almost two entire city blocks. Once we got inside we headed straight for the basement and were shocked to find what was arguably the nicest grocery store setup we have ever ...
- We took some really fun photos: one of us stood in the middle of the crossing while the other took photos from Starbucks
- We watched a film crew try to capture some shot of this guy running through the crossing
- Great fun to people-watch and take in Tokyo's busy-ness
- Walked through the Shibuya area looking at all of the neon lights
4) Yoyogi National Stadium
- We didn't get to go in ...
I have to get up at the crack of dawn and really annoy the bell boy when I make him carry my manky old backpack. It's a hotel pick up and I get chatting to an American lady who is a diplomats wife or something waiting for her husband to finish business. When we part at the bus station i can't admit I'm going into a hostel that night so I make up a fake family story involving a traveling niece and another good hotel. I'm pretty sure ...