Chisun Hotel Hamamatsucho
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Yes, those are in Japanese and maaaaaybe I could read it (since I can "read" Hiragana and Katakana and every Kanji is also written as Hiragana), but I wouldn't understand a single bit. So yeah, from Bookoff I got Magi vol. 1, Pandora Hearts vol. 1 and Katekyo Hitman Reborn vol. 2 (I GOT THE WRONG ONE. I WANTED TO GET VOL. 1). I also wanted Kuroko no Basket and... Some others I can't remember right now, but I couldn't find those at all, and was too awkward to ask. Magi was ...
Today we slept in a little bit and then got up and had our usual breakfast and checked out of our hotel. Kylie was so tired this morning, she was snoozing hard. After we checked out, we all loaded onto a bus to the airport. It was funny because we had to load all of our luggage onto the shuttle and we took up the whole shuttle bus, all the luggage was in the aisle. There was one family that wasn't with our group, they were from Australia. They were in Japan on spring ...
... man served tea for a small donation, a couple of small waterfalls and some Shinto shrines. In the afternoon we arrived in Tsumago. Again a village where it looked like time stood still. We wandered around town a little and tried to find somewhere to stay the night. The woman at the tourist information was very helpful. But as it is low season some of the guesthouses were closed and the rest were fully booked. But she found us a place to stay in a ...
... places, arcades and for Manga
fans it's heaven; definitely worth checking out.
It was time to head to Mount Fuji via
the excellent Japanese rail system. The bullet trains are 16
carriages long, meaning they carry around 1600 people, and they leave
every 20 minutes or so! The journey did require 3 changes though,
each time the train was smaller and the scenery more remote. Our last
train ended up being a local two carriage ...
... things out and found the tea pot and cups we had been looking for. Can’t wait to use them when we get home. Aya says the baby is healthy J . We did some shopping on Ginza street which is similar to 5th ave in NYC and finally ate some sushi for lunch. Steve loved it. Went back to Grandma’s ate some dinner and went to bed.
April 18th, 2013
Really, really early morning today Grandma told us ...