We landed in Tokyo at around 8:30 in the evening and when we arrived at Shinjuku, (where our hotel was) we had to eat dinner and so we found this cute restaurant.
We were really hungry so we had to order separate meals each. To our surprise, they had small servings but whatever we were already STARVING. I’d give this place a 2.7/5.
You’re supposed to shake the metal container and get only one stick inside. At the end of the stick, written are Japanese characters. You have to look for the corresponding drawers that have the same Japanese characters on the stick. Then, get the paper inside that will tell you your ~FUTURE~.
The ever-so-busy-and-famous SHIBUYA CROSSING. One of my most missed places in Japan.
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On our last day in Japan (Osaka), I went to an indoor onsen in our hotel (exclusive only for those who stayed in the hotel and there were separate onsens for men and women, duh). I hated myself for not going there everyday during our stay. Rules are, you have to take a bath before and after going to the onsen. I really appreciate Dormy Inn Premium’s amenities :((((
I’m going to miss Japan’s amusing & really clean lavatories, especially their toilet functions. huhuuhuhu.
10/10 would definitely go back to Japan! We never encountered a snobbish Japanese. All of them were reallllllly approachable and even if they couldn’t speak fluent English, they would still try their best to converse, get their message across and understand what we’re trying to say. I cannot stress how hospitable Japanese people are…. 😦