Toyoko Inn Minamishinagawa Aomonoyokosho Station
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Today... Was tiring. I've had practice with my orchestra from 9.30-18.30 in Shinjuku Bunka. Next Sunday is concert Sunday! And it was fun, yes... But I kind of regret hanging out with friends until midnight yesterday... Okay, I dont really. We went to Akihabara and bought video games and used books, ...
... but comfortable, a 10-minute walk from the crossing. Besides the limited space, it's also got some minor differences than what you would find in Ottawa. There's a sink attached to the top of the toilet that is automatically triggered when you flush. We've also got a dedicated shower room, where the shower nozzle attaches to a sink. We figured out the shower then promptly began a search for ramen, which we found in abundance. We settled on a place that uses a common vending ...
... everyone safe on the platforms.
Since there are 13 different subway lines going in different directions, one
really has to watch closely, so you don’t end up going in the opposite
direction, etc. Yes, the directions are also written in English.
Every time we emerged to the street level, we felt like
groundhogs, looking around curiously where we ended up. Somehow, we always
found our way to the attraction we were planning to ...
... up and down the levels, there was one level were there was a cracked open window and you could see out across the whole of Disney and on another were the little demon of a statue threw lightning at the lift which made it plunge all the way to the ground floor really quickly. It was awesome. My mum didn't really like it! A funny fact about Japanese people who go to Disney together - they all dress the same! Whole groups of ...
... park long before it was recognized. Likened to Japan's version of Disney's “It's a small world” the park houses areas and shrines similar to other parts of Japan and was frequented by Tokyoites when travel to other parts of the country were restricted. If you are lucky enough to be here in the spring this is also supposedly the best place to view the cherry blossoms. The park leads out to seedy pedestrian lanes off the ...