Ueno First City Hotel
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... to eat.
Back again after visiting our favourite Chinese restaurant from four years ago and enjoying a lovely meal and a small bottle of sake between us. It's 20.30 here and we're both ready for our beds, which is exactly where I'm going after I've uploaded some photos from today. There were a few short videos but I can't upload them ('wrong' format, I suspect), so the photos will have to do for now.
If the weather holds, we're off to Kamakura tomorrow.
... by 300 pairs of unfriendly eyes. Ok. Time to wrap up this entry. It's now 1:10 am in Tokyo. Finally arrived at the hotel - ホテルＪＡ ;Ｌシティೆ 1;田。Got free shuttle bus from the airport at a rate of ¥8,500. Not bad. P.S. My first meal in my Japan trip (((o(*ﾟ▽ﾟ*)o))) 〜 カレイライ ;スです〜Ӎ ...
... walls, and a main area that is divided into three rooms, all of which lead into one another) Japanese building, with reception doubling as a bar. Dumb luck meant I was there for the Okinawa party; that island was under US administration for 27 years after the end of WW2, so it's cuisine is an interesting mix, and we were served noodles and Japanese taco mix (no taco shells, salsa more citrusy, otherwise similar). Better, I had been for a recovery run just before ...
Ginza, very Avenue Champs Elysees but bigger and with more plasma screen on crossroads
Sony building but sorry we are Apple peeps
The imperial palace and its lonely white swans... Iuri tells me it's the most expensive land in the world... Felt quite special to be there. We laid down under a tree for a little nap, took pictures, walked around the gardens.
Shibuya crossing, arguably the most famous ...
... t think it really is the Midtown area of Tokyo. There is another area of Tokyo where Tokyo station is and that's not the same location as Tokyo Midtown. Regardless, Tokyo Midtown from what I understand is just this specific place in Tokyo, just a short walk from Roppongi Crossing. The Grand Hyatt and some fancy residences occupy the space, as well as of course shops and restaurants galore. What the highlight of Tokyo Midtown is however, lies on the rear side of ...