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Monday March 28th 2011
We headed first for Asakusa and Sensoji Temple, the oldest and most famous in Tokyo. You walk down a path to it with stalls on both sides selling all sorts of trinkets, souvenirs and kimonos. As you approach the temple there's a large bronze incense bowl of 'holy' smoke. People put their hands into the smoke then …
Tuesday March 29th
We set the alarm for Tuesday morning because we wanted to visit the Tokyo Fish Market. Not too early, about 9am. When David first visited here a few years ago he was there at 5am but they encourage tourists to wait until the busiest part of their day is over now. Nevertheless there was plenty of bustle going on. The …
... 12354;れ、東 京タワーだ ;！” -- A gentle reminder to those in Tokyo (and those who came to Tokyo) with hopes, dreams and aspirations.
Pictures taken from Mori Observation Deck located at Roppongi Hills.
¥1,500 to take the lift up to the 52F, which houses Mado Lounge, Mori Art Museum and the Observation Deck. ...
... you come up to the busiest intersection in the world. Dizzying, incredible amounts of people, cars (mostly taxis), neon, and videos showing on the sides of tall buildings. Think Times Square on steroids! With all the movement, colors, sounds, and unreadable (for us) signage, it was very disorienting.
Brent left our dinner location a surprise. And boy was it! He took us down stairs from the street to ...
... the freshest sushi and sashimi, okonomiyaki (a local dish to Hiroshima which is like a pancake of noodles), ramon, udon and soba noodles, tonkatsu (breadcrumbed pork), globefish (which can only be prepared in restaurants which have a special license), lotus flower and the Kobe beef – all out of this world and in 14 days we did not use a knife or fork…I was even using chopsticks to eat crisps by the end of the trip!
Gadgets: As suspected, the Japanese love a ...
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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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