Toyoko Inn Tameike Sanno Eki Kantei Minami
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... Isetan (it's a 8 floor department store and I only got through one level yesterday) and then had some dinner. We headed out at 9:00ish to go on an adventure to some of Tokyo's best car meets, which trump anything we have back at home by a long shot! First we went to Daikoku Futo parking area, which we had attempted to go to back in Yokohama but it was closed. It was open tonight and although it wasn't crazy busy, it ...
... off a side street to find somewhere to have dinner. The hardest thing as I said previously is the menus. They are all in Japanese. Some have English menus but you have to go in and ask for it usually. We found a cute little place at the top of the hill just off the busy shopping streets. We sat in front of the chefs like you do when you go to a tapenyaki restaurant back home. We had a few Sapporo which tasted great and order a few dishes including ...
... of options which makes it ideal for a group of school students.
Becasue all of the attractions are close to each other, it would be a great opportuinity to break up the students into smaller groups and let them wonder around. I spent a good hour trying a variety of Japan's famous deserts such as sweet Mochi and Kasutera which is a form of sponge cake. Although I came away feeling a ...
... br> A good part of the smoothness of the past few days is attributable to my Japanese friends who kindly acted as tour guides, menu interpreters and of course provided good company during these days. A massive thank you to Aya, Megumi and Tomomi :)
The train announcement: "The next stop will be: Mount Fuji"
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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 ...