Chisun Inn Sano-Fujioka IC
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... up. May and Amy bounce down the stairs excited to see us. Amy and Lily are fast buddies and become inseparable quickly. Our train ride in they play iphone games, draw, and generally hang together.
Off at Omotosando, we stroll up the main shopping street past the designer shops that require no translation -- Hugo Boss, Chanel, Coach, etc., then to Kiddieland -- the jam packed cute center and eventually over to Takeshita Dori. First two stores score ...
... that was planted in it, each trunk had a certain character, each twig was there for a reason. Perfectionism has a price, so most of those trees costed more than my Opel Corsa. There were some better affordable ones as well, but since I have no idea how to get one of those safely back to Holland I wasn't tempted.
But this was only the nursery. The true giants (<-- I'm on a roll) were in the Bonsai museum. I didn't have high expectations before, ...
... enticing taste to what is beyond the turnstile.
Entry is a mere 1300 yen (AUD $13) .. and the park is open till 6pm at night.
The entire park covers an area of approx 22 acres.. that's a lot of watering to do!
Each season has it's own floral wonders..
We have missed the Cherry blossoms.. are too early for the rose gardens BUT boy , oh , boy are we on time for the Wisterias, Azaleas, ...
... drove by at a red light. Initialize Kaylee's excitement launch.... and then we got to the parking lot(s), which looked like a modified Subaru dealership lot. There were about 5-6 parking lots full of Subarus, Mitsubishis, and a few other select brands, but mostly Subaru. It took us a while even to get to the gates, because we were both running around looking at all the cars in the parking lot.
Once inside, we had another mini heart ...
Once 2:00 rolled around and we were able to head to the hotel (which was conveniently across the street from the mall and the train station) we found out that we had been booked into a "smoking room" instead of non-smoking (strike 500 for Travel Masters!) so they had to downgrade us to a twin bed room in their "Annex" hotel, which included gorgeously stained puke-green carpets, paper thin walls and the lingering scent of mould. Needless to ...