Toyoko Inn Ikebukuro Kita-Guchi 2
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... after a tropical storm and the weather was perfect for our entire stay; mid-twenties and blue skies. For a view of the entire city we paid $21 each to go up to the Sky Deck (roof) of the Mori Tower, one of the tallest buildings in Tokyo, located in the Roppongi area. The 360º view was stunning - the city stretched as far as the eye could see. The ticket also included the entry fee to the Mori Art museum, which had some pretty interesting pieces.
... loom over you when you're in the courtyards. I was expecting a small restaurant but it is anything but. They have 58 private dining rooms and serve 400 to 500 people each lunch and dinner. In spite of the name of the restaurant, much of their menu was not vegetarian. I negotiated a few changes to the menu to eliminate most of the meat. I enjoyed the meal but I must admit that many of the flavors and smells were a little subtle for my taste.
It was an early start as the late night revelers were keeping the constant humming and snoring action alive through the night. But I have to give it to the Japanese - pretty sure most of them were totally drunk to the max, but none kept any noise when moving to their pods or out. Japanese are actually so polite that there is a lesson to be learned. Whether you go to a shop, restaurant or elevator, they always greet you. In restaurants and ...
... tools" ;) First it was OFF with the tuna's head! That was the easy part. Then out came a series of additional swords & knives of various lengths -starting with the massive Samurai version! Because the tuna was so large, the massive sword was actually a practical necessity in order to get a seamless cut along the length of the fish. And clearly there was a lot of skill & care taken with the massive ...
... still have them and no, they are never guys. These three examples are on the decorative side of things with shoulder tassels, unflattering hats and absurd colour schemes, especially the mall information girls - see the girls in the 109 Shibuya Mall.
The less elaborate side-of-things is the uniform of the 'sarariman' (salary man or businessman). Rarely ...