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Monday, August 05, 2013

Talking with Tometaro's father at Shiodome

As many of you know Tometaro Jr has been living with me for some time and has traveled to exciting and not so exciting locations.

Furthermore sometimes he has be in charge of Orange Cap Sect activities related to travel and lodging. Try this http://miffaisno1.blogspot.sg/search?q=tometaro for more information

This past Sunday I was talking to his father in Park Hotel Tokyo's lobby - where he works - to give him some feedback about his son. I told him I was impressed about his notable performance and achievements during that time and that in my opinion he was ready to take over the position in the hotel...

But Mr. Tometaro said that he has not the feeling that the moment to step over had arrived. More time gaining experience and facing good and not so good things all over the world should be positive to prepare his son for the difficult but rewarding task.

Ok, Mr. Tometaro. 

It's always a pleasure visiting you!

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Sunday morning in Tokyo

Sundays are terrible days when you're young and wild and high activity days when you're old like my father. Somewhere in the middle they can be great days to get up late and to enjoy big cities where young party animals are sleeping their handovers and old men run or cycle since 5 am.

I decided to go for a walk around Ginza in Tokyo, following Showa Dori from Shimbasi. What the night before was the epicenter of lust and sake was a mix of desert streets and compulsive wealthy shoppers.

 Who said Kimono is an old outfit, new hypters wear it in Ginza.
 Just wordless, but if you left your car in front of Richard Mille's store,
the car should be more valuable than your future watch

 Shinkansen N700, you need to spent some time below 
the rails to get a better idea of what Tokyo can offer you.

 wrong color? Definitely in Tokyo white is what it should be. 
Shimbashi at its best, from its train station,
and somewhere back there my Hotel of choice

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Saturday, August 03, 2013

At home? well, not really.

This Christmas we were in Yokohama, but weather was far from nice and we decided to postpone one of our planned visits to the Tokyo's bay area: Yokohama's Chinese Town.

 Nijntje and me in Yokohama's Chinese Town 
  Well, let's say it wasn't quite real
Tokyo's Skytree from the motorway

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