The Strings by InterContinental Tokyo
Travel Blogs from Minato
... the grandmaster sumo) who's name was Chionofuji. The reason i remember him so well is because he wasn't the archetypal sumo wrestler - he was short, built like a tank and most importantly left handed :) And as far as i know he was undefeated but don't quote me on that! Unfortunately you weren't allowed to take pictures in the museum :( But you were allowed to take pictures of all the various trophies lined up outside, including the giant pepsi bottle!
... lent us ¥1000 yen!! Which is 100 dollars!! And we thought it was 10 dollars until we wanted to bye something and we thought we didn't have enough scrambling Mami grabs her husband and asks if I used the money that she gave us and I said no and my mom takes it out and my dad grabs it and whispers to my mom ..." this is 100 dollars!!" my mom and I look back at Mami and her husband and thank them!! We didn't know they gave ...
... an English alternative. The food was brought out, it was meticulously prepared and I appreciated its quality. However, I wasn't in the mood to try odd looking pickles and sticky fermented beans- foods that I'm sure have been the stumpling blocks for many intrepid western tourists. I fried my egg and ate it with rice, but I left my fish, shellfish relish and other odds and ends. A truly magnificant strop followed the hunger. ...
... unable to get a word in, but that wasn't what made him a penis,it was the fact when we saw him at the top he claimed to have climb his way from the mid point (where we was right now, because the sign said so!) in around forty five minutes leaving him at the top with more than a few hours to spare..Wow what a hero!! i hope he got altitude sickness. The second thing, we became so delirious due to the altitude and tiredness we just sat there switching flashlights on ...
... out in takayshima times square, sushi, we even tried pounded whale, not too sure what the pounded meant however it tasted like you would imagine, blubbery and fatty!
following food we had an interesting walk through tokyo red light district where we were offereed 'anything we liked', place was one of the seediest red light districts either of us have been in so we made it a quick visit so to speak ;-0
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