Gypsy's Travels


Saturday, November 6, 2010

A Japanese Journey - The Arrival

What is the first thing you do after checking in and arriving at your room?



I always check out the view. We have a nice view of part of the city with some tall trees immediately in front of us. Very tall trees, considering we are on the 12th floor.









We are not fancy people but that doesn't men we can't enjoy luxury when we are in its lap. The hotel seems to have thought of everything to make a stay memorable and they present it in a typically warm Japanese manner.
Robes and slippers in the closet









If a robe is too hot and stuffy, try a cool, comfortable yukata. Ready and waiting in a drawer.
Hotpot filled with water and ready to plug in and heat water for tea. After some maneuvering, I discovered I was supposed to just put the plug in the pot, it was already plugged into the wall.
The bath was done in a sunny yellow, a royal color, that reminded me of chrysanthemums. Forget a toiletry? I am sure it was here.
Posted by PicasaEm's favorite - "What in the world is it?" The seat is heated, as it is almost everywhere - even in public toilets.


After we get settled, the first order of business is to let ABW know we have arrived safely.




1 comment:

  1. We always called that green drink, Swamp Water!

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