Toyoko Inn Shinagaw Oimachi
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... having a walk around the shops on some of the less popular side streets. We went through a few stores and ended up back at the knife shop. I showed mark a similar knife to the one I bought and we then walked back to the hotel for some sleep before our trip to the airport tomorrow. We made some plans and a meeting time tomorrow morning and I went back to my room hoping that mark wouldn’t sleep through the day again tomorrow and I would have to leave him ...
... to make yourself heard to people not standing right next to you.
The amount of change you receive buying stuff around here is staggering. To give you an impression of this, consider the following.
100 yen equals roughly 75 cents. In most places in The Netherlands the 1 and 2 cents coins have been pretty much phased out. 1 cent is worth more than 1 yen, but the 1 yen coin is still handed out everywhere. The image depicted here is worth roughly € ...
... on my sign for hitch hiking. I learned from him that in the Japanese language there are three kinds of alphabets. Firstly there is Hiragana which is now mainly used for writing. Secondly there is Katakana which is a simplified version of Chinese characters and phonetic by nature, it is now mostly used to transcribe foreign words. Lastly there is Kanji which are the true Japanese characters which represent concepts or full names. Of Kanji there are tens ...
... which is free. Nice enough but nothing special. I managed to run into an Apple store along the way and walked out with a Retina iPad mini. I may have a problem there. After this I checked out Shibuya and grabbed some lunch. Next up was Meiji Jingu Shrine which was actually really impressive. There was a garden there, the Meiji Shrine Inner Garden - that was just ...
... be told, while I love a good piece of sushi, I'm not a true connoisseur, but was still blown away by the sushi today. If you haven't sampled Tokyo sushi before, take the best sushi experience you've ever had, multiply that by about a thousand, and you'd have some idea of how good it was today.
The other end of the sushi spectrum are the high-end sushi restaurants in Tokyo, run by renowned sushi masters, that will set you back upwards of $200 USD for ...