Toyoko Inn Yamanotesen Otsuka-eki Kita-guchi No.2
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Our penultimate night in Tokyo included going to Nobu (a rough guide recommendation) which was an interesting experience. We asked the waitor what was on the pizzas and he said "tomato". Opting for option number one, in the hope it was a magharitta seemed like the safe option. The pizza actually came with parma ham, cheese and pesto, as well as the "tomato" :)) This was washed down by gin and tonic. Afterwards ...
... rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal; ">We hustled to a hotel down the road as a pick up site for our day tour to Mt Fuji. We are not climbing it. No! No! Just driving to see it. Wait a minute. Speaking of driving. Just realized they drive on the left side of the road here in Japan! Didn't know that.
... up at this point, I read half of Treasure Island over a coffee. Several hours later I left. My next problem. I had Intended to meet with Hannah after work, but we hadn't made plans. With no plan or way of contacting her I was forced to return home and get the wifi. Once at home I'd received a few emails from her and replied stating where we would meet and when. With concrete plans in place I left home with just my keys and wallet. Later, I would find an ...
... till the end of the week. It is very hard for me to not feel exhausted every day. I definitely am spoiled in the States, even with my long commute, I can nap for 2 hours every afternoon on the way home, and I really really need that nap! Without the nap and just going going going all day long, no sitting in cars, just walking and moving and going, I am totally exhausted by the end of the day. Heck by the middle of the day!
In sum, working in Japan is cool.