Toyoko Inn Nagoya-eki Sakura-doriguchi Honkan
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Woke up very early this morning. I guess we're all getting a little bit over novelty of sleeping on the floor. As nice as the ryokan was, it is still a thin mattress on a hard floor, with a pillow which is soft on one side, and ******* the other (one side of the pillows are soft, and one side are traditional "bean" pillows which are like laying on …
Dear Nara Park Curators,
In addition to selling deer biscuits at the entry to the deer park, can you please also provide tasers for those who don't appreciate being headbutted by numerous deer as they attempt to elicit food.
As you can probably notice, I'm not the worlds biggest deer fan. …
Although it is one of Japan's international gateways, with few major cultural relics and heavily bombed during WWII Nagoya is something of a touristic also-ran. But fine arts, crafts and classic architecture are not everything. Technology counts too, and Nagoya is home to some important technological history, most notably that of Toyota. Toyota …
Ladies and Gents
Saturday was rain. Not much going on. Hit up subway district for food. Got soaked walking around. Wool slippers are not the best rain shoes as it turns out.
Sunday is bright and sunny. Got out and walked the Sakae/Yaba-cho area. Actually got to go up on the ...
Ladies and gents
Here's my update from this weekend.
Saturday we got to tour the Asahi Brewery in Nagoya. Only a 10 minute train ride and 10 minute walk away. They churn out 10 bottles and 20 cans of beer every second. Shame it is ****** beer.
Saturday morning was a trip to Jingumae to see the shrine. Funny that I go to church more in this country than my own. Tons of ...