Toyoko Inn Nihon-bashi Hama-cho Meijiza-mae
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... room service and you can go down for snacks.
They have a common room where you can use a photo copier and free internet so you don't have to make costly international calls back to family telling them how your going, you can just Facebook them for free. '
The pool is quite large and has sun lounges in caseyou need to relax and get a tan. there are weightier that are on hand ...
... The tradition of respect is organized in a Dojo. There are the students-Deshi- who are learning from their sensei- the master of the art (although it is important to note that sensei are human and have weaknesses as well). Within that scale, the students have a different rankings. Students who have studied longer than you are your sempai. They can often help guide you. Students who have been with the sensei and is closest to him or her often recieve ...
The Virgin Atlantic flight from Heathrow to Tokyo was way better than the outgoing Auckland to Shanghai trip, much more leg room and a friendly Japenese crew who handed out a lot more comfort and care than their Chinese counterparts. A personal pack each with socks, eyepad, toothbrush, toothpaste, earplugs and a pen with refreshments offered more regularly. None of us ...
... Dome City which is basically a mini amusement park in the middle of the city. We continued to the hotel to cook the food we were supposed to make the day before. We dropped our stuff off in the room, grabbed our food and headed down to the kitchen. We shared the elevator with a man on the way down who we think might work there. He followed us to the kitchen and started tidying up some things. He then looked at our food and figured we ...
... allowed to take any pictures in the
sword store, because it was a store and not a museum, although it did have a
bit of a museum feel to it. But they gave us some English brochures and that
was nice. After the sword store we went back to the temple we had passed and
bought some charms for fortune. We thought, “Hey, of all the places to pick up
some charms to help make money, the ones right by the bank should be a good
place.” We then ...