Toyoko Inn Tokyoeki Shinohashi
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... watched a practice performance of a Special Needs ensemble "Slow Movement" dressed all in white Cirque like costumes. The organization is called Slow Label. Really cool to see the young people graciously move to the music in a pretty complicated choreographed show. Back to the apartment to prepare for our afternoon visit to the Shinjuku Gyoen National Park and a must stop back at the market for lunch. We chose the Wish ...
... a story for you you won't believe" fashion. Weird what people will pay money for. Haha. But apparently they are popular in urban areas where people often live in apartments where pets are not allowed. So this becomes a sort of "rent a pet". Anyway, we found the place and met a woman behind a window who gave us several pages of instructions including 1. Photographs permitted but no flash 2. Don't pick up cats 3. Don't run after cats 3. Cats with collars are not ...
Tokyo is a city forever reaching into the future, resulting in sci-fi streetscapes of crackling neon and soaring towers.
Yet it is also a city steeped in history, samurais, shoguns and the forefathers of today's Emperors .. castles, temples, imperial grounds etc. so much to see and appreciate.
How much can we fit into our last hours in this crazy, frantic but organised, streamlined city?
Morning coffee at our local.. Starbucks.. of course... we ...
... is in English), but also with recommending shops in my neighborhood and translating my mail. Speaking of which, it seems I made a mistake on my business cards. At the local city office the civil servant opened a file of the buildings in my block. On the map I noticed there are more buildings with the number 2-17-25! Safe to say that I was a bit surprised by this. As a consequence any post sent by you up till now (and ...
... of brilliance that he asked many questions about the chefs techniques and how he came to be so famous. Yasuda told us a Japanese story about a secret. He said that when children ask their parents or grandparents why things are the way they are and they don't have an answer, they simply say 'it's a secret' of course, his version of the story was much more eloquent, but it was entertaining and we all had a good laugh about it.
Besides the food being absolutely ...