Toyoko Inn Musashi Nakahara Ekimae
Travel Blogs from Kawasaki
... Finally got to my hotel at 11.45am only to find out check-in as at 3pm. Off i go to wander the streets in the blistering heat again!. I decided to go to Ueno Park and the National Museum there. Some very impressive pieces of art, some dating back 1500 years or more. And thankfully climate controlled!
Right off to find some dinner then bed, i'm shattered!
... of 93 meters (305 feet) .
Like the Statue of Liberty, it's possible to go up inside. After removing your shoes, you enter on the first floor. After following a winding path you reach the stairs to the second floor. The path eventually leads to an elevator.
The elevator takes you to the 5th floor viewing level, which is in the chest of the statue. The windows are just tiny slits and the views out are very poor. After ...
... man smiled back.
Bang, a second punch slammed down on top of his head, followed by a jab in the gut and a sharp kick in the shin. The man crumpled to the floor.
I stared at my friend, (a guy), "Are you not going to do anything?" I asked, shocked. He shook his head.
Now in Japan I have heard from many people, that it is always best to mind your own business then get involved in other peoples dramas.
I have watched the public ...
... the world where whatever swims in the sea is on sale). And it was fantastic! Huge, solid frozen tuna all around, then the auction and just minutes later we tasted a whole junk of freshly cut tuna sashimi - what a treat for breakfast!
It was also great to see the UBS office and go for a yummy sushi lunch with Andreas and Izakaya dinner (a Pub eatery where we enjoyed a great 10 course Omakase (chefs choice dinner)) with Anna. Thank you to both of you for showing ...
... visiting Tokyo. Of course, I do not recommend bringing boys- the only man I saw was the cook who brought out one of our meals. Kelcey and I left, content and full, back to our hostel for the rest of the evening after dinner ended. One of our best nights in Tokyo!
Sunday (August 7)
On Sunday morning, Kelcey and I woke up- happy to move out of our hostel that we had been staying at all week. I am not sure really where to begin as far as the ...