Toyoko Inn Haneda Airport 1
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... home as our feet feel as though we have racked up some kms today.
Phil - Today was orientation day. Work out the train, the food, and the language. The train stations are all underground and the station can be 3 or 4 levels deep and can run for kilometres underground. I am amazed how they have done this when there are large buildings on top. As long as you know the alphabet and can count, and are not colour blind, you can work the ...
... without a sprained ankle. From Kibune we headed back to our hotel to grab our luggage and then bullet trained it to Tokyo. Katie to answer your question yes, it would be absolute bliss to have the infrastructure we have seen in China and Japan on home soil. We've spent a lot of time dreaming about it and talking about the possibilities. We checked into our 8th and final hotel and were again faced with itty bitty space, which we will call home for 4 nights. ...
... br> After the Cherry blossom extravaganza, we headed to Akihabara for some Japanese technical experience. We had pancakes in a 'Maid Cafe', a theme restaurant where the waitresses where teenage maid outfits - all very above board and cutesy - typical of the anime popularised by Japan.
We relocated to a Ryokan for a more traditional 'inn' styled experience - still in Shinjuku but a bit further out, luckily only a 2 minute walk to the train station. The hotel decor was ...
... that surprised me was that,
the pedestrian goes first. In Taiwan, it is the opposite.
Before we literally got home, I bought some second-handed clothes,
hey the second-handed clothes look totally brand new! that was the other thing that surprised me.
Anyway, we didn't do much on the first day.
I am looking forward to tomorrow;)
... high tax on hops), but it was refreshing nonetheless.
After lunch we tracked down some 'purple potato' ice cream, but I ate it too fast to get a good photo. Ashley and I split up after and went to a bamboo garden that I had never seen, so that was fascinating. The bamboo was hundreds of feet high and some of it was as thick as my thigh. There was even a little tea house tucked away in the bamboo had we wanted tea.