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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo Minato
Our hotel was absolutely perfect! It was so luxurious and perfect! I couldn't have asked for a more classier hotel in the middle of Tokyo! A must stay. And it was only a 5 minute walk from train station which makes it easy to travel around the city!
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March 21 (Day 5) - At 2:45 PM on Friday, we finally arrive to Tokyo, Japan! We automatically felt the breath of cold air! What a drastic difference from the 100 degree weather in Bangkok. After getting through customs 2 hours later, we decided to head to downtown Shinjinku where we initially thought our hostel was at. We took the express train from …
... fatty and otherwise), salmon, mackerel, shrimp, something called blood cockle (the owner had a book of fish and showed us because it was this really weird looking thing and we had no idea what it us), some ikura and some urchin. It was all extremely good. We enjoyed every bite! And they even gave us a goodie bag of nori to take with us! Highly recommended.
Now that we were satisfied, we wanted to check out the rest that the market had to offer. And it had ...
... on the subway and headed over to Ueno Park. Lots of temples and shrines to take a look at. I also had my fortune told by a machine tiger, but it was all in Japanese, so I have no idea what it actually said! Lunch of rice, beef and seasonal vegetables (delish) and a bit more wandering around the park, then I headed back to the hotel for another cup of tea (noticing a theme here, but I'm still pretty knackered from yesterday and my ...
... and the replica of the Statue of Liberty - quite a romantic view I tell you.
Minato Area, Tokyo
After getting off our monorail station, we walked back to the hotel, taking some detours to see the different restaurants and fast foods in case we get hungry. Quickly went through a small 24-hour grocery shop to buy some snacks for our short stay in Tokyo.
... hugs to Noboku for the fantastic food and hospitality. A shout out to Emiko, Hanako and Takehito for showing us around and making us feel at home. And a big hug to Cal and Anna too. Thanks for letting the boys play with all your stuff! When I have thought about Japan in the past I often wondered how you were suppose to navigate all the, well Japanesey bits. After spending time in your company and seeing a little of your wonderful country I now want to live there.