Toyoko Inn Sinagawaeki Takanawaguchi
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... suddenly passed away last year. We were given a special snack with the drink, some cheese Toru had smoked in his smoker at home and which he kept in the fridge. How special Miwako had thought of offering us some of Toru's smoked cheese, it was really delicious! Kamoto is not only a nice husband and father, he is also a great cook and prepared his version of okonomiyaki for us all. Sasano got tired and Kamoto put Sasano in ...
... kind and helpful Japanese vendors made the language barrier a non-issue.
Oh yeah, and many locals wear masks to prevent themselves from getting sick. Phill caught a cold, so he got in the groove and wore a mask to save the crowded streets and subways from his germs.
Tonight is Friday night and we`re headed out to Roppongi to find curry dinner and experience the nightlife, Tokyo style.
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... saunas. We had a lot of fun just being girls and chatting and gossiping about this and that. It was so relaxing. We then went to the Oasis part of it which is on the top floor and you can experience what seems like a peaceful getaway from the city. It overviews the whole city and was just gorgeous. In order to go into this part of the spa, we had to wear certain clothes. It was, however, the most relaxing experience I've ever had.
... full of amazing sweet treats but we were to full from the market to indulge : ( we really should have weighed ourselves before we left! This evening we went to Shibuya, a distinct known for food and nightlife. We got chatting with some local businessmen who were very impressed we were eating Japanese food. Stephen purchased a decent pair of new Adidas shoes ...
... and wait to be received. I ask if I can come in and take photos and I am advised no women permitted. I head in search of the next one and stumble upon a large gathering of people. They are family clan preparing for the summer festival which is being put on by the local shrine to ask for a good harvest. The elders dressed in their finest permit me a photo of the family. I then come across a street procession and follow them to a ...