Toyoko Inn Tsudanuma Eki Kitaguchi
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... just bearable and i knew i wasn't going to be putting the dress i'd chosen for Shohei's wedding on one minute earlier than i had to, as i would melt. As i settled down for a 45 minute afternoon power nap, i knew within a few hours, i would be seeing Shohei and his bride. That thought had me sleep with another big smile on my face.
Next blog is wedding time.
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... in front of the audience for the second and third act made us question the wisdom of following advice from Anthony Bourdain (he featured this place during the second season of his CNN show 'Parts Unknown').
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