Toyoko Inn Kamata Two
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... provided. When all of that was eaten they then brought rice and eggs and mixed into the broth to make porridge. Nothing was wasted!
Dessert was icecream with nuts and maple syrup.
All of this was complimented by beers, much sake and more laughter!
After dinner it was back to our apartment to give our friends the australian gifts we had brought over for them.
What a day, going to some places that we ...
It was pouring rain this morning, so we geared up to walk around in the rain... you can get umbrellas everywhere, so we picked up a fancy one at 7-11 for 300 yen (aka approximately $3). Have I talked about 7-11 yet? I don't think I have. But 7-11 is the best here, and it's our go-to for snacks and bank services (it's one of the only places to withdraw foreign currency). I did a case study about 7-11 in school so I had been expecting them to be pretty great, and it did ...
... lit brightly by restaurant signs. Lots to choose from, most of which we weren't sure of though! We decided to give the expat looking bar a miss and headed up some stairs to a traditional looking Japanese restaurant to give it a try. Unfortunately though it was fully booked, god know why on a Wednesday night!! It was ok though as the local place over the road looked nice too. We walked in to a place with a central bar/server area with tables round the outside, ...
... We decided to go to Ryogoku where the Sumo Museum was located. We stopped off at the Information Centre. It was just about the size of a large cupboard and I can guarantee that you can't swing even half a cat in it. The woman there was extremely helpful and friendly. Her English was pretty good. She said that we had just missed the season as it finished on the 28th of September. We had watched some of the tournament on telly as sports was the only thing on that ...
... quickly. People were slurping noodles around us, so we joined them. It was so good, and we ate dinner for $11.00. One thing I did notice in the restaurants that I will have to research-I was the only woman eating in there. We went by a number of these places and no women. Go figure.
So our day marching through Tokyo was over, and a thirty minute train ride took us back to our hotel and another early night. Tomorrow we take on Disney. I can't wait.