Ushiku City Hotel
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... don't want you taking pictures of it or gawking over it. I took one anyways. I was only there for a couple of minutes. From the outside it looked like a normal restaurant. I went and had dinner at the place where I had my first meal when I landed. I ordered the same cold plate ramen and gyoza, plus an order of edamame. I went back to the capsule hotel and tried planning for the next day. In the communal area, there was a man grinding his ...
Tokyo is great. Alex and I just got back from a little ramen cafe which was fun - luckily it had pictures of the food - it was nice to sit at the counter and watch the guy go about cooking all the bases and noodles and throwing the boiling water on the floor to give it a clean.
On Friday and Sunday we went for wanders around Tokyo, mainly areas close to us; Nakano, Shinjuku, and Harajuku. We bought some lunch from a shop called Mister Donut and ...
... on a much smaller and human scale.
Ueno park is our next stop to participate in Hanami - cherry blossom viewing, which is HUGE in Japan. We are taken aback by the beauty of the blossom but more so by the crowds of Tokyoites picnicking and wondering around. Half of Tokyo has got to be here.
Ebisu, home to buzzing bars, stylish boutiques, and beautiful young things is our next stop on the Tokyo metro. ...
... few tram rides or river boat rides, but we had absolutely no desire to stand in those lines for a boring ride.
Likely one of the best moments of the day was occurred when we were standing in line for Space Mountain. A lady in her Space Mountain wicked outfit looked at us, gave us a funny face, grabbed a book from out of her pocked and walked over to us. “Please read” she said in broken English. It said “Some body shapes and sizes may not be able to ...
... maids cafe in the district, but I went to the one that was rated relatively high and close by. At first I was greeted and shown to my seat and I saw a few young couples and families. It kind of reminded me of chucky cheese, but without the games.
The experience had different tiers at different prices. I chose the middle tier that included a meal, a drink, and a printed photo with one of the maids working that day. Similarly to the food, I was ...