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TravelPod Member ReviewsRyokan Kamogawa Taito
A delightful little find - nothing glamorous, but a cosy, clean and welcoming place to stay. My sons (5 and 8 years) were delighted with the room, and the location meant it was just a short walk to many attractions. The staff were helpful and warm,
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... no litter anywhere. This is shocking as it is extremely difficult to find garbage cans anywhere. Often we had to carry our rubbish with us for quite awhile before finding a bin. After lunch we went to visit Meiji Jingu shrine. I learned the difference between a shrine and a temple in Japan. A shrine is for the Shinto belief. There is a gate that you walk through to get to the shrine. Shrines are spirits of the natural world, emperors, ...
... risk being stranded for a day or so than sacrifice New Year's Eve with him. So it was...
I landed in Tokyo from JFK with ample layover time to log on to the computer and chat with Rufio, who was closely watching the seat assignments for the once daily Singapore flight. I had been warned before I left Atlanta that getting a seat would be difficult, but perhaps not impossible. I waited patiently during the boarding process, until a very sweet redcoat called my name. "I made ...
... of our fingerprints.
We exchanged some money and had our first experience of the Japanese Yen, the exchange rate is $1 to 80yen – not a fun exchange rate to calculate!
We bought some train tickets which took us straight to the station our hotel is near and after a little confusion in finding the platform we finally found our train and settled in for the 80minute ride into the city.
After being in Europe for so long it is hard to get use to the ...
... around to meet their friends. And then I saw June, and I was a little shocked. She looked young, my age, fashionable...and hope against hope......normal.
We went for a coffee, and had a good ***** about all things Japanese. When she suggested going for a drink, I got pretty excited. When she suggested ditching the expensive bar for some cheap Sho-ju outside the pavement of a Seven Eleven, I knew I had met my match.
It was love at first drink.
... br> system. Buäähh...standing there...noone crossing, everyone letting
his engine run...and every 100m you have traffic lights (almost...).
I talked about that when I was at Numazu
Kosen...oooooooh wait I didn't tell you about that yet!
so I'dlike you to take a minute and sit right there
I'll tell you
how I became the prince of a town called Bel-Air." (also known
as the story of how I made it into the newspaper...)