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TravelPod Member ReviewsSakura Ryokan Taito
Enjoyed our stay in traditional Japanese accommodation. Near a train station but not in the centre of the city. Family really helpful and friendly, a good first impression of what to expect in Japan.
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... are also are given their own room in the stable or, may live in their own apartments, especially if married. The junior wrestlers sleep in communal dormitories. Thus the world of the sumo wrestler is split broadly between the junior wrestlers, who serve, and the seniors, who are served. Life is especially harsh for the new recruits, to whom the worst jobs tend to be allocated, and there is a high dropout rate at this stage.
The negative health ...
... the city as a whole. However, Ill make a short list of fun facts in remembrance
1) Everything is opposite..like up on the left, drive on right side of the car. Its confusing
2) Yen uses coins more than paper money. You could have $30 dollars in change quick.
3) Tokyo's fashion is very eccentric. I spent most of my time staring
4) People love to eat in street food tents calls Izakayas. Its good and cheap
5) Tokyo Metro is supposedly the fastest and cleanest, but ...
... had already come down from central Tokyo's 35 to 12 degrees. There I met some soon-to-become climbing buddies, most notablly a lovely French couple Roman and Anna and a Costa Rican guy Ramon. So we set up on our way 9.30pm with Ramon listening Japanese girl bands from his ancient portable CD player and the rest of us sharing travel stories and expectations.
It is funny how hard a fairly easy sounding walk can become. Not long after we left Ramon started to ...
... just say that the bean pancake took the win in the street food challenge ;)
As we walked closer to the temple, past shops with row after row of plastic "lucky cat" statues waving their solar-powered arms at us (I was really tempted to get one so my Chicago Bulls garden gnome would have a friend... but I resisted), we passed from the shopping & street food area (called Nakamise) over to the ...
... third of the noodles plain, just with the soup. Next, you squeezed fresh lime juice over the noodles and had that with the soup and with the last third you sprinkled freshly ground seaseme seeds over the noodles to have with the soup.
The flavours were just so amazing I may need to buy a plane ticket just to go back and find that place ...