Rembrandt Hotel Atsugi
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... all over your body and was tolerable for a little while, but soon enough got too much for me. They had a smaller room with another hot bath and a cold one, and after trying them all we decided it was time to leave. Next stop, Ginza. I´ve always wanted too see one of the traditional japanese plays, being intrested in acting as I am. I knew of a Kabuki-theatre in Ginza and we decided to go there, just to look at the stage. Well, and what do you know, we got there around twenty ...
... great. Especially the bakeries are a dream for a sweet
tooth person like me, yummy. Groceries aren’t cheap here, but bearable as you
could see in one of the blogs. One day I decided, that I needed something
different then rice, so I treated myself to a piece of Swiss cheese, best Swiss
cheese I have ever eaten, with an apple and a raisin nut roll. Yummmmmm!!!
Shopping in general is fun in those huge department
stores. Though ...
... on a good old family mart onigiri meal, which we ate on the Asakusa Narita Airlink subway after joyously putting our bags down.
Once we arrived at the airport, it all started to feel real. We are actually going home! NO!!!!! I know we asked for this change in pace and changed our flights (and I actually am ready to go home) but not ready at the same time! We took one last closing photo of our bags at the airport, just like the one ...
... to Myiajima island with a French girl we met in our hostel. There are also quite a few deer here but the main attraction is Itsukushima Shrine - built over water in the 12th century it is quite a spectacle to see the bright orange gates out in the ocean. We decided to climb up Mount Misen which was a pretty climb along streams and forest and lead to a beautiful view overlooking several islands in the distance. Our last full day in Japan we spend taking the ...
Rach, Matt, Bjorn and I decided to visit a famous bar area in Shinjuku called Golden Gai and then go on to the famous tuna auction after as queues started very early. The bijou bars are found down pokey dark alleys and each have their own individual character. They sit a maximum of three to four people and have a variety of drinks available. We decided to all have a traditional Japanese drink of Sake, which was served as an overflowing shot glass in a ...