Mandarin Hotel Yokohama
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... without Makoto, to the Sky Tree we stumbled across the office building for the Tokyo branch of the Walt Disney Channel. We rolled in, took a few pictures of the huge figures there, and went on to the Tree.
Unfortunately, we didn’t time our arrival there quite right. Part of the reason for this was the fact that Japan doesn’t have summer time. The sun starts going down at around five this time of year, and sets within half an hour. By the time we were at the tower it ...
... as well.
After the temple, I walked around, before getting a bit lost on the train. I meant to go to Akihabara (the technology district), but ended up outside of the city somewhere. By the time I got back, I skipped Akihabara and went to the Imperial Palace instead. Located in the center of the city, it was closed as it was a Sunday. So, I headed back to the train station. Here, I ate a sushi meal at a restaurant ...
... once felt like I was in any sort of danger, even in some sketchy looking alleyways.
Countryside is beautiful. Graeme and I rented a car for the day, exploring the beautiful rolling hills, rice paddies and quaint little very quiet villages. We also went to a Sentō, a traditional Japanese thermal springs bath house. It was very beautiful, relaxing and a different experience than I was used to as everyone in the bathing area was completely ...
... delicious and very reasonably priced. When we went in, we pointed to the pictures of the meals we wanted and then had a delicious meal of udon soup and tempura for a total of only $14. It was so good we wanted more. Our tipping research indicated that this was a no tipping country - to tip someone is actually a little insulting; the services requested are covered by the price given, so there is no need to pay more.
It was obvious that cleanliness is ...