Toyoko Inn Shinagaw Oimachi
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... the intersection than live in my home town. It was crazy electric and an experience I'll never forget.
My delightful day ended looking out the balcony of my room at the skyline of Tokyo as it offered one last, soft look at its beauty. The next morning it was off to Tsukiji Fish Market, the culinary, cultural, corner of a busy city. Thousands ...
As I'm sure a lot of you know we are big fans of the domestic Football competition in Japan known as the J League. The passion of the supporters at these games is just amazing and the standard is very high. Cashed up clubs being able to afford the best Japanese players but also some very high quality imports scattered through the league. We had originally penciled in a match between FC Tokyo and Cerezo Osaka. For two reasons firstly, the game was in a ...
... we found the market fascinating. Not allowed into the auction area, however walking through the outer market was an eye opening experience. The range of sea creatures being sold was astounding. We saw Fugue (poisonous puffer fish) the size of footballs, all manner of crustaceans, eels, and a couple of barrels full of live wiggling worms. The busy-ness of the place was also noteworthy. Men driving funny little 3 wheeled trucks ...
... customs...It was not fun - huge line and took ages...not that great when you have already been up 22 hours! We got through it though, got our bags and onto a train pretty quickly. Paddington was easy to find and Scott had done an awesome job getting a hotel right near to the train station. We are staying at the Royal Norfolk Hotel. We basically got a sandwich at the station, got into the room, ate and fell asleep ...
... buildings are playing with.
I walk along road leading to the Imperial Gardens called Imperial Plaza. Wide roads full of Crowns (both private which were all new and taxis which were all around my age) and, strangely, Mercedes Ses. I see a Jag E-type out of the blue. It seems to bring a bit of form and feature into what seems like a city as visioned by someone who loves right angles and Milton Keynes.
The garden are laid out to give you a sensation of space, ...