Toyoko Inn Yokohama Sakuragi-Cho
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... free. Great animals, came face to face with some red pandas. Even closer with the chimpanzees at feeding time where the male didn't know whether he wanted sex or food more. He had a bit of both. Do chimps eat yoghurt from a spoon in the wild too? I assume so. The baby chimp was really cute. It was sad to see the tiger and black bears though, they were in so so small cages, pacing back and forth. But the rest of the zoo was good, I must have spent half an hour watching the ...
... shaded park and I sat under some trees while Brock and Dan threw the Frisbee for a bit until a police officer told them that that was not allowed in the park, which I was surprised but happy to hear because I was ready to go home and rest.
This brings me to something that I wanted to write about. The people in Japan seem to have standards that everyone follows for the most part. For one, the women all dress up very nice and most wear very high heels ...
... and the new friends were ready to get some sleep and Wade and I were also going to hit up the Tsukiji Fish Market early in the morning. The plan for the morning was to hit the fish market and then we had reserved spots at a Super Bowl party in Roppongi at 8:00 am. We had heard that if you want to see the big tuna auctions, which we heard that they sold tuna for $250,000, then you had to be there about 4:30 am. We were not going to make it that early but hopped we ...
... garden, that's not well known about....it was STUNNING. It was called the Rikugien Gardens. It had several tea houses, a big lake with islands and trees so thick and high you had no idea you were in Tokyo...couldn't see a single highrise. The garden represented 8 classic scenes from Japanese and Chinese poetry. We say at one of the tea houses and had an iced green tea and a traditional Japanese sweet. Definitely an acquired taste, but tasty none the less.
... district with a median strip running through it, leading to the sentried gates. However on Sundays, the road is closed to motorised traffic and is only open to pedestrians and cyclists! We saw quite a few tandem bicycles.
Another disappointment was that the cherry trees were not in bloom, at least not the white ones. Some pink ones were opening up though. We were fascinated to see that whilst they set great store by ...