Hotel Mystays Akasaka
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... if I picked up a rake and joined them, but then came to my senses and moved on to check out the Last True Samurai statue. He didn't look much but this little chubby man posed hunting with his dog, lead a rebel army of about 40,000 samurai in the Satsuma Rebellion of 1877. They faced 300,000 imperial troops and by their last battle their numbers had dwindled to 400.
Moving on from there I came up to a lovely little temple and ...
... people onto the cars. We found our way all day on the trains and felt very proud of ourselves.
Side note: I love how the Japanese still have people who wear their work uniforms with pride and work very hard to do their jobs well. At the train stations, on the street corners, and in the shops, you have neatly dressed, polite people who are proud of what they do and carry out their job with efficiency and grace. It's wonderful to see. That's ...
... station. Tried to navigated our way around and to find some food. Headed towards Shinkjuku Dori and into a restaurant. Looked interesting but was empty and the menu sounds average so we just left.
Found another small local restaurant with interesting looking food so stayed there. Lorry lucked out with the soup dish. It was all chicken skin, tripe and offal. Once that was removed, the soup and noodles were quite nice.
... baths) and enjoy the view of Mt Fuji. We knew it was Sunday and that it is a popular spot for the Japanese but we didn’t expect it would be SO busy. On the train to Hakone we already realized it was going to be busy, but when we got to Hakone it was packed with people. We wanted to take a train to the lake for a view and a hike but it was packed with people and people were still queuing. As it was so busy we decided not to go to the hot springs ...
... gone around all the products, it was time to make our way to Etsuko's. we went back to Tokyo station to collect our bags. We had a little bit of trouble locating our lockers again but we found them eventually! It took us about 40 minutes to get to Etsuko's house. When we got to her house, we were introduced up Etsuko's tea ceremony student. We introduced ourselves and then got straight down to the tea ceremony business. I have ...