Atsugi Urban Hotel
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... happenings along the journey. We will undoubtedly continue to learn from this experience our whole life and draw from those learnings for our family, friends and students in the near and far future. We sit here now in the LAX terminal Awaiting our final 11th flight of the whole trip and cannot wait for our home, bed, couch, and the other amenities that we now (even more than ever) are so grateful for it is difficult to put into words. Onwards to more ...
... to the lower level. After taking a quick photo on the entry bridge overlooking the gorgeous kabuki theatre replica, we made our way through the history of Tokyo from the Edo Period through the bombing of WWII and subsequent rebuilding. Natascha definitely enjoyed the hands-on style of several of the exhibits. Many of them had a weird 'Feats of Strength' vibe: She lifted the mock fish buckets, rode the old-timey bike, and explored ...
... an actual Buddhist ritual in Sensoji! We could see the inside through an opening, showing the massive altar and the Buddhist monk (?) facing it, chanting.
The area leading to Sensoji Temple has streets full of stores and food stalls. This is the Asakusa market. I loved this place! There were so many neat things and interesting food to try. I had to practice so much restraint. Ultimately, Josh and I spent almost the whole day there.
... to the hotel in Shibuya. This costed $1500 yen per person.
2) Obtain a SUICA card for each family member and loaded it with 2000 yen initially. This card helps you use the subway, vending machines, 7/11 store purchases among million other things.
Now, I had to convert the travelers checks to obtain Japanese yen. By the time I could finish my work at JR East Travel Center, it was too late for me to go to Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ ...
... was a case of soaking up the atmosphere and wandering the streets taking it all in. We went to the MET building because it has a viewing platform on the 45th floor which looks out across Tokyo and on a clear day gives great views of Mt Fuji in the distance.
We’d really struggled to get our bearings in Tokyo because it is just so sprawling; unlike other cities we’ve visited there doesn’t seem to be a central location or ...