Urvest Hotel Kamata Kamata East
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... big as our faces. I read a small sign saying "Tokyo Honey Project." This small park is a response to the threat to bees. The garden provided a beautiful environment while also serving the environment.
At the end of the day, we saw the Tokyo Skytree. We saw the Sumida Aquarium connected to the tower. Much taller than the Tokyo Tower, it was a perfect unity of the city environment and nature.
... s nothing much to see in Tokyo in terms of monuments as it's all been knocked down. What there is to see is weird things and crazy looking people. The Alice in Wonderland (in a mini skirt) look is big amongst teen girls. The shops are amazing and filled with things that we've not seen at home. There are over 80,000 restaurants from with features such as robots, vending machines, touchscreen ordering pads and shutes that delver the food! This is what we're going ...
This morning we awoke at 8:00am for breakfast. Afterwards we went to our nearest subway station (Asakusa Line) and went to the Sky Tree station. We wondered around before finally finding the entrance with some help. There was a 10 minute wait but the elevator was amazing! It went 10 floors per second (600 floors per minute). The view was fantastic from the 350 meters up. We could even see Mt. Fuji! ...
Rob and I both fell down yesterday on our way home from our Mt. Fuji adventure. It was basically a 2-person pile-up. We were walking down one of many flights of stairs we've walked down before in one of many train stations we've walked through before, and it just happened. Rob missed a step and fell forward, and I went down with him because we were linked arm in arm. We're fine, but our knees are swollen and kinda stiff. So today we took things a little easier ...
... them. Poking the fish with their hooks, grabbing some of the meat and rubbing it between their fingers and looking at it under a flashlight. No idea what they were looking for, but people were pretty serious. Then the auctioner came in and started ringing his bell. Here we go!
The auction seemed more like a song, the guy was very lyrical. The bidding was incredibly nonchalant. There was some back and forth bidding over one of the fish but it looked more ...