TripAdvisor Reviews Hikari House Shinjuku
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... than a tournament, we did just that. It was good fun, although you have to sit quietly on the floor at the side of "ring" for two to three hours, so it gets a bit uncomfortable if you're not used to sitting cross-legged or kneeling (we're getting pretty good at it now!). There is also no guarantee that the master of the stables will let you in on any given day, depending on what is happening, pending tournaments or his mood! It is an interesting spectacle though and I would ...
... met Scarlett in Sofia Coppola's 'Lost in Translation'. They were not there, but the view was fantastic (even in the rain). Very classy. Loved the ambiance, the food, and the wine. We had martinis, one of the best Caesar salads ever, rib eye steak, Hokkaido Akaushi sirloin, crispy duck fat potato fries and chocolate cake with vanilla ice cream drenched in chocolate ganache. Rating 9.5 ( would be a 10, but we had to pay as they refuse to consider comping us since we are ...
... food” they yelled at us… umm yeah ok beer?! Lets start off right first!
Then they start selling us some kind of food and handed us a Japanese menu I was
laughing so hard.. “yeah Sinisa off this menu what do you see that you like” he
looks down just handwritten Japanese.. and numbers after everything.. Ok we
will try the emat ok ok ok you know 500 fee and 8%.. umm no we don’t not sure
what you are saying ...
... a surprise. Dine with locals and try something completely different. This felt like a very adult runaway moment. We drank Australian wine (their specialty, so what's a girl to do), ate amazing food and watched as locals dropped in after work and business deals went down over several bottles of wine and grappa. The service was exquisite. This was exactly what I needed from japan. Thank you Tokyo ...
... hotel for a bit then we went and had some dinner then Ashlyn and I headed off on the train to Harajuku for more shopping .
2 hours of walking around the shops later we headed back to the hotel with nothing to show for our efforts except for some lollies that Ashlyn bought.
That concludes our final night in Japan tomorrow night we fly home.
We have a few hours of shopping / sightseeing ledt