The Crest Hotel Kashiwa
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... it has all of the Eastern culture that you would want to get from Asia but none of the third world problems that are in Asian countries that are still developing. The transportation is amazing, the tourist infrastructure is well developed, and enough people speak a few words of English where you can get by. Japan is more similar to America than to Cambodia or to China, by far.
Okay enough sweeping generalizations.. Here are some of my ...
... exploring and Joel was in heaven with all the electronic gadgets and such. After our adventure we realized we wanted to go to the robot restaurant for a show, but had forgotten to buy tickets. We rode the train way over there, but the ticket counter was not open for another 2 hours, and the first possible show if it was even open was another 2 hours after that, so we decided to scrap the idea and headed back to the hotel. We got an hour of recoup in ...
... went to bed until 3.
Ethan went out by himself to a Japanese garden whilst we slept off our hangovers. Then we headed to Shinjuku to the government building to go 45 storeys up and look at the night views, even more stunning. Tokyo is just so huge!!!!!!!! Endless. Then we went for some much appreciated food at an authentic Japanese place, had a great meal!
Roppongi in the day proved to be difficult to navigate, there was meant to be ...
... Even though it is Saturday and quite busy you can still feel the serenity, tranquility and peacefulness of these temple complexes. It probably has something to do with the attitude of the Japanese themselves as well. The Japanese, in contrast to most westerners, walk around quietly, no yelling or shouting to each other, no running and always friendly. The second day trip was to Hakone. Hakone is a hot spring resort area where you can hike, go to the hot ...
... Japan, I already had a sense that karaoke was big
here. That being said, I had no idea
just how big. Picture 8-story buildings
filled with private rooms where people pack in and perform in private with
their friends. Now I was not surprised
to find myself singing karaoke in Tokyo, but I was a bit surprised on the first
night out at dinner when one of my bosses decided that the whole team was going
to go and sing. We had a great
time. So great, ...