Tokyu Stay Higashi-Ginza
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... fils et son frère) et j'ai été frappé par l'esprit qu'il veut créer dans ces CPE avec son personnel qui m'a semblé très motivé. Ça m'a donné l'occasion de rencontrer son second fils Tiochi, un brave homme comme son frère. nous sommes allés chez lui où j'ai rencontré son épouse Lela (?) , une femme bien gentille et bien accueillante, qui nous a servi le thé à la façon japonaise. Nous nous ...
... been to Donki in Hawaii and were surprised at what all they sell. Donki here in Ikebukuro is a little different though. The store is several floors high and sells a lot of stuff. They do have pillows, but no pillow cases to go with and we leave empty handed. Checking out Seibu, where they have a large selection of pillows filled with different kind of fillings and most of them rather hard as well. All high end quality with a high price price ...
... here to test it out!
I was surprised at the amount of water that is part of Tokyo, with many canals and rivers and some really beautiful bridges linking opposite banks.
The city is amazingly clean, with not a scrap of paper or rubbish in sight, which is amazing because we haven't been able to find a rubbish bin. We have carried it around with us until we get back to the hotel!
There are some lovely wide avenues and it is nice ...
... to say we were pretty sad to have to leave but we appreciated every kindness he showed us as it settled us into Japan very quickly! Our next place to stay was also a couch-surfing host called Shobhit; however he was Indian so he is also a foreigner in the country like us!
We had already planned to reunite with our Japanese friend from the Zuk Farm, Natsuhi, so we set off in search of our destination getting pretty lost in the process and arriving almost an hour late!! ...
We then bought the 15US$ train tickets to Shinagawa station and started the 90-minute ride to our hotel.
Upon check-in, we were assigned a suite (which was a 3-time upgrade from the basic room we got using IHG point). The suit was great, on the 28th floor, but its living room was STINKING of cigarettes, although we were told it was a non-smoking suite.
We then went to explore Ginza, visited the Sony showcase building, the Kabuki theater and a lovely ...