Toyoko Inn Chiba Ekimae
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... smells and even stranger pictures showing what was on the menu. Finally I got lucky and found a Mos burger store and was on familiar ground.
I pushed through the groups of schoolkids at the door and said to the young woman at the counter "Cheeseburger and fries?". She blushed and gave me a sheet covered in photos of what was on their menu. The fries were easy to spot but the burgers were unknown entities and I pointed to one that looked the part. I ...
... of the Japanese version of American food. It was called Royal Host. It was good to catch up with them. The Yamamotos are such a great family. I showed everyone the video of Skip as "Shogun", they had a good laugh. Taka couldn't believe how much Kykie had grown up and her Japanese. After dinner we said good bye to the Yanamotos and headed to the hotel to get our bags. We were off to Sagimihara to stay at Hideko's parents house. We had to ...
... train back to Tokyo. While we were waiting for our train to arrive a couple of bullet trains that were not stopping at Odawara passed through, now you see it now you don’t!
Back in Tokyo we went for a walk around the Ginza and found an interesting restaurant along an alleyway running beneath the train line. It server yakiniku style food, basically grilled marinated meats, with the house speciality being beef tongue. I was happy to settle for the pork ...
... to sneak wasabi into the sushi so i did burn my face off on each bite!! The dinner was really good and surprising cheap for good fish....the strange part was that you could smoke in the restaurants...not liking that!!
We didn't make it much later than dinner as we were super jet lagged.
The next day was explore Tokyo day....Anthony woke up with a man-cold so he was grumpy but he had no choice but to drag his butt round Tokyo in the ...
... in at 11 PM for a welcome night's
sleep. Up at 5AM this morning to write this missive. Breakfast is
at 7AM. Steve advised being at the front of the line because our
assembling time is NO LATER than 7:40AM. We're
scheduled to ride the Tobu Ltd. Express to the mountain town of
Nikko. Rain jackets are in order today as 30% rainfall is expected.
I'll have to send this off tonight as I don't have the Internet password.