Yes, the coffee shop is open 24 hrs.
Photo courtesy of Mark Schreiber.
Found in Tokyo.
“Awake in Akasaka” coming to a theatre near you.
“Yes, the coffee shop is open 24 hrs.” is not a joke. This is from their website: “Freshly brewed coffee 24 hours a day.”
Unir is an anagram of ruin, which suggests what it does to your sleep.
HOTEL the M – WHAT the F?
‘Tis the Inn of Somnia in the land of Nod.
I see that the Nips also serve croissants with their coffee in Kyoto.
Because, just like the French, they too, cannot pronounce “bread roll”.
So not Alaska then
If I’m going to a hotel that I can’t sleep in, I’m going to one of those “pay by the hour” joints.
Actually being a Tech Rep around the Sth. Pacific for 30 years, and staying in lots of Motel/Hotel rooms, drinking instant coffee and watching TV, any excuse to get out of the room would do. Seeing that there is a 24hr Coffee Shop.
@FB 0506. They have hotels which charge by the hour, in every part of the world. They call them an Ole’.
As in; Any ol’ lay will do.
The sequel is titled “Sleepless in Shinjuku”!
Unir specialty coffee–because Urin just didn’t seem the right thing to call it.
Akasaka is an area where well heeled expats hang out. One where they can have a thoroughly western experience?? Why one would go to another country, and want a thoroughly western experience, completely eludes me.
So it is for the “upper-crust”. Who are merely a pack of flaky crumbs, held together with their own dough.
Didn’t I say earlier on, on another posting, that expat communities are barking mad? (caricatures of themselves)
Didn’t I say earlier on, on another posting, that expat communities are barking mad? (caricatures of themselves) Thus my theory so far rings true.
Thunder and dalmation = How did that happen.
The hotel will open shortly.
WATCH FOR THE OPENING DATE