You don’t know what you’ve got (till it’s gone) in Tokyo’s nagaya

After hearing rumors that one of my favorite hideaways in Tokyo, the Sanuki Club, is slated for demolition, I stand outside the hotel’s front gates with apprehension. Aside from offering some of the cheapest lodgings available in Minato Ward, the property’s beer and barbecue terrace — tucked under mature trees and backed by Japanese garden … Continue reading You don’t know what you’ve got (till it’s gone) in Tokyo’s nagaya