Yokohama Garden Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Meal plan
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... s exterior façade was replaced by the more traditional looking styling of the Kabuki-za, the traditional Kabuki theatre. It was quite a sight, seeing one change into the other. I hope the pictures correctly captured the essence.
Once we were outside again Makoto told us this was all he wanted to show us, and asked if he could help us in any other way. We had some things on our itinerary for the day, so asked him if he could tell us how to get there. After learning we would have ...
Sunday morning I woke up at 5:30, almost a normal time of day. After breakfast, I took the train to Asakusa. I really don't know what you’d do without the subway in Tokyo. It’s so convenient and cheap. Tokyo is so spread out, and taxis are quite expensive.
Asakusa is a traditional area of Tokyo. Once you get off the train, you can tell that this is different from the other districts of Tokyo. It looks ...
... war machine for times of war, this then gave me the perspective of seeing things like space ship shaped buildings and giant spheres in strange architecture as potential Godzilla fighting/wartime measures.
I do not get the looks or stares here like most other countries where I stand out. I then noticed that people just do not stare or really watch people in the same way, maybe an honour thing. Graeme mentioned that in a city this size people like ...
... but it was also challenging as far as travel destinations go. Our main challenge was getting around. Japan is well-served by an efficient transportation system that is necessarily complex, and to us rural folk accustomed to getting in our car whenever we want to go somewhere, totally confusing. I have to give Chris all the credit for the fact that we made it to as many attractions and destinations as we did. My spatial skills were not at all up to ...
... almost every Japanese sign, announcements were made in both languages, and it was very easy to find someone who could speak English if we needed to ask questions.
We managed to find the right metro lines and soon arrived at our small studio apartment located in the upscale, trendy Roppongi area. The 300 sqft apartment was the smallest we've stayed in but had everything we needed; a double bed, tiny kitchen, a bathroom with the smallest tub I've ...