Tokyo Bay Plaza Hotel
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... part was the courtyard! We took the train back to the hotel and relaxed. We had a BIG night ahead of us! We took the taxi to the zoo. It was surprisingly really far away from the city! When we got there we collected our tickets. Oh, I haven't told you what we were doing! We were going on a Night Safari around the zoo by tram. Anyway, after the tickets we got some food. I had this chicken and naan bread dish that tasted really nice. For dessert, Grandy got an ...
... his bar and we got cooking. When it was ready, Masa had a customer so we had to wait a while. Unfortunately the spaghetti got too soft as it was already cooked but the meat was yum! We ate it at the bar with some wine and chatted. Masa is also a photographer and loves surfing so his photos were around the bar. Another customer came in and we spoke to him for a while. When he left he gave me a little trinket as a gift! We decided to head to bed which was in the living ...
... table, chairs... It's all in good condition and fortunately the sizes of the items suit the (limited) size of the apartment. But shortly after that, when I took off my coat: it's cold! Not just 'slightly chilly', but really shivering cold. All windows have single glass panes, there is no central heating (only air conditioning), doors and windows do not close airtight... This certainly didn't help making me feel at ...
... personal musician, 5 hours of music entertainment and food. We were able to sit at the bar close to where the chef prepared the sushi. The menu was very simple, we all chose the same option 'chefs choice' this meant that he would make what he though twe would like depending on our reaction to the piece he started with, this would continue until we said no more. Yes, you ate as much sushi as you could possibly eat and it was all designed around you and what you liked and what ...
... the tourist swamp. Thanks TripAdvisor, for pointing me here!
Otsuka's was pretty much the most delicious food I've had since I came here. for <10 bucks you get a full set lunch of beef bowl, pickles, soup, salad, and iced tea. I AM THRILLED that they thought I was Japanese based off our initial interactions, which means my accent has finally gone prostyle.
When they heard I was an American, I got a celebrity treatment - they had me ...
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