Tokyo Yayoi Kaikan

Address: 2-1-14 Nezu , Bunkyo, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 113-0031 , Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2-1-14 Nezu , Bunkyo, is near Ueno Park, Ueno Zoo, Shitamachi Museum, and Toshogu Shrine.
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Day 3 - Meiji shrine, Sushi in Shibuya dept. store

A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on Apr 20, 2015

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... Erika ordered a sashimi bowl with a similar level of diversity. We were both amazed! After eating the cuttlefish here I realized I might be giving myself food poisoning with the stuff I've been used to back in the states! It quickly dawns on me that I don't really know anything about sushi. I think I'll stop eating it when I get home. It turns out people are just ripping me off with a bunch of overpriced **** that folks here would probably feed to their cats (if they were noisy strays). ...

Senbotsun time! Spring a-coming!

A travel blog entry by sechiria on Feb 03, 2015

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... you're in real luck.) If you do not have access to a demon, go to the nearest temple or throw them at some poor family member with a japanese demon mask. After the throwing, pick up and eat as many beans as years you will turn this year (i.e if you turn twenty in 2015, eat 20 beans). We skipped this step, due to lack of both demons, temples, families and and soy beans. However, the second step of the holiday was succesfully celebrated! 2. Eat the seasonal "Fortune ...

First impressions of Japan

A travel blog entry by kim-davis on Jan 16, 2015

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... I found a heap of stony faced businessmen sitting along a counter slurping noodles and looking very important and unhappy. Nobody looked up when I walked in. In fact, I would say they looked even more unhappy, if that's possible. I was the only foreigner and the only woman, and it was a little bit intimidating. I almost walked out, but hunger prevailed, so I squeezed my giant body (made even more giant by my puffy Eskimo jacket) between 2 sleekly dressed businessmen ...

Compiled thoughts

A travel blog entry by nbd.finn on Oct 06, 2014

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... to make yourself heard to people not standing right next to you.

The amount of change you receive buying stuff around here is staggering. To give you an impression of this, consider the following.
100 yen equals roughly 75 cents. In most places in The Netherlands the 1 and 2 cents coins have been pretty much phased out. 1 cent is worth more than 1 yen, but the 1 yen coin is still handed out everywhere. The image depicted here is worth roughly € ...

London, but not

A travel blog entry by lauralstevens on Jun 26, 2014

... learnt to use chopsticks (after I taught the restaurant man how to say 'pork' - he had chicken and beef down, but couldn't say pork... now he says it like a saaaaf London'er!!).

Just about to head off to Shibuya now - the famous part of Tokyo that is always in films - hopefully something is being filmed now and I will get talent spotted - one can hope...

PS - it rains a lot in Japan, so feeling quite at home!