Toyoko Inn Yokohama Stadium-Mae Honkan
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... wouldn't carry her anymore, so Veronica agreed to take her back to the hotel while I stayed on with the 2 big girls for more rides and the fireworks display.
With a prime position on the bridge we watched the fireworks display, I took photographs while Charlotte videoed it, had a few more rides on Aquatopia, and it was time to head home. Charlotte wanted to try Journey to the Center of the Earth one more time, but a 50 minute wait time at ...
... rolls, he was the clear expert at getting it all in and tight. We followed with marinated radish hand rolls that were verging on art. Finally we were given detailed examples of how to slice the fish to nigiri thinness with our knives at the correct angle and using a technique of going through then slicing down. We started with our mackerel then also did ika, maguro, salmon, conger eel, and shrimp. The final results were even more delicious than breakfast as we'd made it ...
... before. However, we did not know how to find the right part of it, and the hotel concierge didn't seem to know where to look either. When we got to the convention center, Philip asked one of the traffic guards, using Japanese, where it was. Fortunately, we had picked the right part of the complex and only had to cross the street and go inside. We bought tickets and entered the exhibit.
... lost though. After a very tiring but good start to our time in Tokyo we ate some more of Maretha’s yummy food and collapsed onto those oh so cosy futons.
The next day Tim dibbsed it as a man shopping day and we travelled to another nearby part of Tokyo, Shinjuka, with the kings of electric shops. There are two six story high buildings right next to each other which look and are set out identically but are in actual fact are extreme rivals. We were so confused ...
... assistance, to find it.
The Kite Museum is small. It's pretty much just one room but that room is stuffed full of kites and it's only 200 yen (a bit over $2). The kites are mostly small and rthe smallest were tiny. Some of them were only the size of a postage stamp. They had a little information in English. I found the museum really interesting.
I walked to the Bridgestone Museum of Art. I don't ...