Toyoko Inn Shinagaw Oimachi
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... like nothing happened. Even worse, the following floor also had these kind of movies, but laying next to ordinary movies. I even saw a child with his mother walking casually around on this floor. I was notified that only this year the possession of child pornography has been made illegal, excluding anime. I started to wonder how these open and accepted depiction of paedophile acts have an effect on the actual child molesting rates compared to our ...
... or else i would not have survived the subway! made it to my airbnb apartment all in one piece. immediately face planted on the bed and slept until 5am the next morning. jet lag avoided.
day two / shinjuku: this city moves so fast. faster than new york with twice as many people. shinjuku is pretty slick. little hard to navigate though with tons of criss crossing diagonal roads. i walked around most of the morning with no real agenda. just soaking it in ...
... was minimalist and dated.
Back to our rooftop bar around the corner for a g&t before training to Shinjuku-Sanchome. Decided on a restaurant in Lonely Planet guide called Donjaka. Another lesson in finding ways around Tokyo. Address is 3-9-10 Shinjuku and we were quickly scratching heads. 10 refers to the building number (and none of the buildings have numbers), 9 is the block number (and none of ...
... metropolitan population is something like 38 million people, more than the population of Canada. Plus, the Kanto plain on which Tokyo is situated stretches west to Takasaki (virtually halfway across Japan) and although you ride into less densely populated and developed areas, it still feels like you're in suburbia. It's not until you start climbing into the mountains outside of Takasaki that you feel like you're in the ...
... the differences between their women’s college in Tokyo and Wellesley. In Tokyo, women do not really congregate in dining halls but rather they share their meals in class. This surprised me because I have had some of my best conversations in the dining halls and outside of the classroom. The class sizes were also larger in Tokyo’s college. I wanted to visit the school and see what it was like, but we had little time.
Our next stop was the Meiji ...