Urvest Hotel Kamata Kamata East
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- Non-smoking rooms
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... breakfast. Once we were finished with our breakfast we headed to get our kimonos. Although we didn’t get to keep the kimonos we were very ecstatic to wear something different from our everyday clothes. Once we got to the part of the hotel that does the kimono fittings we were greeted by a small Japanese woman who motioned for us to follow her. So, we did. She lead us into a room where many colorful fabrics were lined out for us to choose from. She explained to us ...
for Tokyo I feel it correctly shows my view of the day.
After making my way – soaking wet, remember? – to my next hotel and
having found it I am confronted by what can be best described to seem like the
sleazy kind of American motels you see in series and films.
I decided to stay in a capsule hotel for two nights, as it was extremely
cheap and the last two days had me burning through more money than I care to
... sashimi and sushi( several pieces were so delicious, I resisted swallowing them because I wanted to savor the experience) , excellent service, cool scene. Could not have asked for more. Today, we are going to pack up and stay local. It has been an exceptional journey. We have had an opportunity to spend quality time in the beautiful Japanese countryside and mountains, experience Kyoto during an important ...
... Roger, what it is meant to be, and he said the locals have christened it “The Golden ****”, which is an aptly descriptive name.
Our next stop is the Akihabara district, which is also known as the Electric District, and the home of Anime characters, which peer at us from every billboard and window. The area is also home to a very unique concept, called the “Maid Cafes”. These are small cafes, usually on the second or third floor of ...
... towel? He nods and smiles...ugh. So I just sigh, toss the big towel into the locker, grab that dinky towel that can barely cover my face and walk off into this huge room with roughly half a dozen different baths to sit in, both indoors and outdoors and try to ...look natural as though I've done this hundreds of time already. The baths felt amazing, especially the outdoor one. After soaking in just about all of them, I didn't get into the smaller bath with like ...