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TravelPod Member ReviewsYaesu Fujiya hotel Chuo
The Yaesu Fujiya Hotel is centrally situated, close to Tokyo Station and the Imperial Palace and Gardens. The rooms are comfortable and very well equipped. The staff are professional and helpful. We didn't eat in the hotel but it looked like they had a varied menu and options to suit all pockets and tastes. Brian did try out the coffee shop one morning and was very satisfied with the quality and service. There is a 7 Eleven shop attached to the hotel.
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... large selection of knives for every occasion, both in stainless and carbon steel varieties. Tina found one she liked and engraved what hopefully says "Tina" on it in Japanese characters. Either that or hooker. I'm not about to look it up to find out.
We then headed for Tokyo Station, which was supposed to be really nice and have lots of stores and restaurants inside. It was really grand looking with it's red brick, but unfortunately all the stores and ...
... I also had 5 cups of caramel macchiato coz you paid a special drinks price and then got as many different drinks and refills as you wanted. I also tested some kind of fanta fizz but it was green and tasted like the piggelin ice cream:) They Indian embassy called today and they received my passport and will process as quick as possible. Fingers crossed it won't get lost in the mail! It's an amazing city and I still havnt seen much of it. Hopefully the next few days will be dry!:) ...
Around 10 we went next door to the Tokyo-Edo museum and saw several exhibits from the Tokugawa and Meiji eras. It was a good museum. When Cari tried to feed Carmen in a dark corner, a staff member took us to a special room with a crib that they had reserved for families. Never saw one of those before! No time for a nap really because soon after another family showed up. Oh well.
With Carmen growing more cranky, we ...
... on-the-spot gesture that had me grinning for about two hours.
The route I took bore little resemblance to the one the hostel has on it's website but I still ended up outside Asakusa Station where I was supposed to be, looking at the 'blue bridge'. It was Saturday morning and what probably would have already been fairly empty streets were even quieter due to light rain, which did nothing to wipe the stupid grin off my face or hamper the excitement. "Yes Tokyo!" I said ...
... down in front of two little BBQ’s on the table. Naoki consulted the menu and without telling us what he was ordering proceeded to procure us a whole array of strange food. You know when someone says "I’m not going to tell you what it is, just eat it then you will find out" that the stuff you are about to eat is going to be…well…weird! We were then treated to cow tongue, pigs stomach, deer diaphragm, cows fourth stomach, cow heart and then a big section of marbled ...