Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Odaiba

From 5/1 to 5/2, my boyfriend and I've been to Odaiba.Odaiba is a large artificial island in Tokyo Bay, Japan, across the Rainbow Bridge from central Tokyo.

After work, we had an early dinner and enjoyed the SPA at SPAZEN TOKYO. What is good about this SPA is both men and women can enjoy the SPA. There is an outdoor jacuzzi with a lovely night view of Odaiba. Of course, swim suit is mandatory ;) Luckily there wasn't any people there, so we had the space all to ourselves! After the jacuzzi, I had thalassotherapy and my boyfriend had head spa for about an hour! What a spendthrift! He-he!!!

We stayed a night at Hotel Nikko Tokyo where the SPA is located.
The next day, we had a breakfast buffet at the hotel. The weather was clear and sunny again, so we had a walk outside. The image on the right is a replica of the Statue of Liberty ;) Then we went shopping. There was Little Hong Kong in the shopping mall. Wow!

The weather was really nice, so we stayed in Odaiba until dinner time. There was an Italian restaurant called Trattoria Marumo in the Seaside Mall where you can eat out on the deck. The night view was fantastic! Their bouillabaisse was great, too! They make you a risotto after the bouillabaisse and that was really delicious ;) There was a young couples aged about 18... How advanced for their age!

It was a quick trip, but we had a good time!
Now I am back to the reality from yesterday... Fight!!!

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6 comments:

  1. Hello ochisan!
    I'm really happy for you..
    you had a very relax,enjoyed moment together.

    But in your photos now,you look very different.


    anyway,thanks for the comment,and that picture was in japan.

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  2. Kabuhayang pinoy post.
    I applied a residence visa for my husband.
    and one of the requirements was,my birth and marriage certificate from National Statistic Office.but when i reach there(10 am),people are so many,inside in the office are no space,that's why they're stayed outside and made a line.
    what i did,i give up and go home.
    i went back next day in the afternoon,and then,after 20 minutes i got all my files.

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  3. Hi merce-san,

    Yes! I had a temporarily relaxing time, but now I am back to busy days!!! We had Golden Week holidays till today (do you know this holiday? You can ask your hubby ;)), but I think it was busier than usual since I had many plans for cooking. Ha-ha.

    On this day, I curled my hair ;)

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  4. Hi merce-san,

    Good for your husband! Now he doesn't have to go back and forth Japan and Philippines?!

    I always wonder why this kind of office always crowded. 20min is fast!

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  5. Hi Ochi,

    You had a very nice romantic weekend. I've never been to a Spa, but it sounds fun. Nice photos! Are you fighing with your boyfriend! Just wondering about your last word there! :)

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  6. Hi jo,

    SPA is a nice place but pretty expensive to go often :(
    Maybe it should be much cheaper in other countries in Asia!

    Sorry, if you got me wrong!!!
    I am fighting with my reality... Too many things to do everyday :(

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