Toyoko Inn - Tameike Sanno Eki Kantei Minami
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... only looked since we don’t need more stuff to log around for
the next few weeks.
I also noticed,
that most of the residential housing apartments, etc. have balconies. However I
never saw any patio furniture on it. Instead they always have laundry to dry
and bedding to air out, which are hanging from some kind of contraption.
Too bad the days in Japan had to come to an end. We
really enjoyed Tokyo very much.
... off under the bright lights at the Tokyo Dome, aka The Big Egg. The Giants are apparently considered the New York Yankees of Japan due to their past dominance on the diamond, widespread popularity and financial "ability" to attract and sign the biggest FA's. They have a fierce, Boston Red Sox-like rivalry from the team back in Kansai, the Hanshin (Osaka) Tigers. I've read the fans of the Tigers are a crazy yet entertaining bunch and wanted to get tickets for ...
... we’d have been so happy (little did we know what was to come in Kyoto in little more than a week’s time!).
After we’d finished at Senso-Ji, we went for a little walk around the nearby streets and got some lunch at a place called Zanmai Sushi. Now as I’m writing this blog in retrospect, I can confide that this sushi lunch turned out to be the best thing which Tom ate during our time in Japan. We pulled up two stools to the sushi bar so ...
... waiting time is an hour. One place had a line that looked like it definitely would have taken an hour to get a seat. The restaurants are very narrow. After looking at a few places we found one that had Tripadvisor's sign on the door and English on its signs. As we were reading the sign some Australians exited the shop and said the food was very fresh. Victor wasn't initially keen on it and we had to eliminate other places first because there had only ...
This is a major train station, called Shinagawa-Shin. Shin means station. The bullet train leaves here. We'll take that later this week to go to Osaka about 2.5 hours away. In the station is a market we have which serves thousands of customers a ...