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... lined with arcades, video game stores, music stores, electronics and basically anything in the world a nerd could want. I'll have to admit, I was not looking forward to this part of the day, but it turned out to be really exciting and enjoyable! We first arrived and found a giant building that said SEGA. We went into this building in hopes of finding Sonic, but instead we stumbled upon one of Japan's famous arcades. The bottom two floors were filled with these crane games ...
I woke up to a swelteringly hot room. The air con seems pretty redundant. The view of Mt Fuji out of the window is fantastic. It seems to loom out over the whole town like the alien landing site in Close Encounters of the Third Kind. We had a lavish breakfast with lots of different this and that, but it didn't sit quite as well as the dinner. Sometimes you just want bacon and sausage! We made the bus trip up too the 5th Station of Mt Fuji at 2,305m. The air is ...
... it seems it contains some bleach. The washing time seems to be different to, here they wash every or every second day but at Astrid's host family they only do it once a week. It's just a heads up, I don't know how you do it at home. • On trains and In other public areas: don't disturb or bother other people. I mean: don't speak to loudly (really watch it if you are more than 8, you speak louder to hear over other peoples voices), try to speak Japanese or English (speaking ...
... to watch the chefs at work creating a beautiful platter of the freshest sushi ever, and it tasted lovely (though if I'm honest there was a little bit too much wasabi for my liking because I don't like mustard!). It was a great experience - and it was still only 7.30am!
We headed back to our capsule hotel to pack up and head to Shinjuku Station, where we caught the train to Ōtsuki Station. We were excited about using our Japan Rail Passes for ...
Went to the train station to head out for some sightseeing. And as you might guess, we got lost (again) trying to find our train line. Once we did, we were on our way to Asakasa, the historic district. There is an old temple that is reached by walking through a shopping street. Lots of food, kimonos, lanterns, solar powered waving fat cats, wooden shoes...typical stuff. We tasted some of the snacks...a small pancake filled with bean paste, a hot, sweet sake, and a type of rice cake. ...
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