Hotel Mystays Akasaka
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... without a comment regarding their fancy toilets. I’ve tried them out for myself and I find it very difficult to describe to you the feeling of having your posterior (I use this word because that’s the word the English translations on the toilets use) squirted with varying degrees of warm water. You can set the water pressure, water temperature, there’s a posterior and a lady setting, and on some you can even have sounds play so no one can ...
... T9. The platforms are simple... all they say is T16> T15, very easy to use and negotiate a large area.
So around 30 minutes later we arrived at Tokyo train station. It's a very large station on multiple levels but after asking the English speaking member of staff behind the information office we were pointed in the right direction and found the ticket pick up point. As the tickets are strictly only for tourist we had to provide our passports. We waited 2 minutes to ...
... take pictures.
Anywhere that has a bit of space you will find a blue tarpaulin on the ground,usually with one or two people on obviously keeping the space before the rest of the group arrive for a picnic.
We have been to the area of Akihabara to look at the huge electrical shops,mind blowing! We priced up a few items and find they are cheaper on amazon or ebay!
We have loved Tokyo but time to pack and move on,tomorrow hopefully we will get to see ...
... meeting up my buddies. I've set the following "expectations" for this trip: - NO REGRETS! - Learn a new language and/or discover a new hobby - Eat some amazing **** - Eat some nasty ****, not pun intended - Be more connected with oneself, both spiritually and mentally Let me know what you guys want to read about more, this way I don't bore you. Till the next blog entry.... let the good times ...
... afternoon. It was still raining but I still wasn't caring. This is the northern hemisphere, it rains a lot in April and it's no kind of shock to an Englishman.
On my final night I tried going out in Roppongi but on my own the possibilities were limited, or at least felt like they were. The bar I tried was full of business people so I put my pint away as quick as I could manage, grabbed a little matchbook for posterity and got on my way.
On the streets there ...