Toyoko Inn Yokohama Sakuragi-Cho
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... girls in kimonos, they were very nice and invited us over to take a picture with them. In Asakusa, there is a famous temple called Senso-ji and a long shopping street in front of it called Nakamise-dori. Many people were sitting around on mats eating and drinking together. We walked through this area while drinking some Asahi, a well-known Japanese beer. We tried to squeeze our way through to see some of the fireworks, but couldn't quite find a great spot to see them ...
... anymore. On the website I saw that they offered the treatment which is the tank of tiny fish that eat the rough, dead skin off your feet. We had seen that on a couple of travel shows, and it looked like a fun thing to try. When we got there, we found out that they no longer offered Dr. Fish. I had a hard time explaining what we were there for. Fortunately, I had printed the onsen information ...
... do the best food is how dirty they look on the outside. They put all their effort into making the food scrumptious instead! Good advice there:) We found ourselves so full from lunch though that we just ordered side dishes of chicken and rice. Only when we got back and told the family what we ordered did we realise how strange the waiter and chef must have thought we were. Going to an award winning noodle restaurant and eating rice- we were the joke of the day!
... overlooks the intersection. I was going to buy an iced tea and try to get a window seat to take pictures but I was told that photography isn't allowed so I took pictures from the sidewalk in front of Starbucks. Of course, whenever I looked up at the window I'd see someone with a camera taking a picture of the intersection.
There's a famous statue of a dog called Hachiko near the Shibuya Crossing. Hachiko was a little dog owned ...
... lightning hair listening and dancing to rock n roll music from an old school stereo. A weird sight indeed! We moved on to the rest of the western style park with fountains and a large stretch of grass perfect for picnicking or laying around on a sunny afternoon. We passed by some hippy drummers happily drumming away and a few meters away a weird group of Japanese Lolita girls singing off-tune pop songs to their single male fan! After Yoyogi we headed to Shibuya for our last ...