Toyoko Inn Minamishinagawa Aomonoyokosho Station
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... great looking effects forged into the steel and went on my way.
I made my way past a few other shops searching through a few china shops along the way until I arrived at the temple. Although it was lots less crowded today lots of people were still about doing last minute offerings and donations. Feeling quite hungry I made my way through them eating a few dishes along the way. I then returned to the hotel to drop off my shopping.
When I got back ...
... only thing. Oh well, only in Japan…
While standing outside on the street, as an ocean was dropped on my head by the skies, feeling extremely lost, wet, and cold a man offered me his help in finding my capsule hotel. While walking Charles Hanasaki explained to me how his English got to the point where he could easily carry a conversation with me. He has a family in the States and constantly travels between Tokyo and the States for business. I ...
... I am not afraid to admit that a few tears escaped from my eyes, because these are for you, I'll miss you guys!
Transiting at Charles de Gaulle Airport was nothing special: getting in a shuttle bus to change gates, wondering how products in a tax free shop can be so omnipotently expansive, people around you panicking about potentially missing their flight; you know, the usual stuff. Luckily in the plane I was ...
I didn't go to the effort of getting to the market before 5am for a chance to see the Bluefin Tuna auction. To be honest a bunch of guys yelling about fish in a language I don't understand isn't all that exciting to me. The time I did get there, 9am, is when anyone can go in for a look around. To be fair it was pretty clear they were closing down at this time but ...
... a sushi chef to develop the precise knife skills and touch to properly slice seafood and mold rice into a sublime piece of sushi.
A quintessential Tokyo experience is to have a sushi breakfast at Tsukiji, with its multitude of small sushi restaurants packed into a cramped few blocks. It's the mecca of sushi, with Sushi Dai being a pilgrimage for many a sushi connoisseur, with lineups common at 6:00 AM, and people waiting for up to two hours for a chance ...