Dormy Inn Suidobashi
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... very impressive given the size. Pagoda right next to the shrine is an awesome background for selfie clicks. They also serve free green tea (hot and cold) inside the premises.
FYI Restrooms are available inside the premises opposite to where the pagoda stands.
As you walk out back to the kaminarimon, make sure to buy souvenirs which includes magnets, keychains, japanese dolls, ...
... Museum instead. You can see Egyptian mummies and Vietnamese ceramics at pretty much any museum. I did however have my fortune read using Mongolian sheep bones and it foretold “ All my dreams will come true and there will be no hurdles” I guess the Mongol gods are on my side, bonus!!
The museum is set on among other things on the grounds of Ueno-Koen Park. This was the first official public park in Japan but ...
Today we were leaving Nikko and heading back to Tokyo for one night before moving south the following day. We were sad to say goodbye to our hosts in Nikko but were also so excited to be moving southwards; our next stop was a town called Nara in the Kansai district. Our holiday was very much split into three sections; we had a week in the north for Tokyo and Nikko, a week in the south for Nara and Koyasan and a week in Kyoto. We'd always seen the bulk of our trip taking place in ...
Thai Flight 676 departed eight minutes late at 7:43 a.m. and took off at 7:54. The time change to Tokyo is two hours forward, so it’s now 9:54 a.m. JST.
The Royal First Class cabin has 12 suites, but only four are occupied today. In addition to myself, there are passengers in Suites 1A, 1K, and 3K. All six center suites are empty in addition to the window suites in Row 2. Ah, this is like being aboard a private jet!
One of the ...
... airport Express) to Shinjuku Station (The busiest train station [insert Jeremy Clarkson voice] in the world). As it would turn out, this would be the easiest part of that day. The trip from Narita to Shinjuku was about 2hrs 12mins. By the time we got off the train at Shinjuku Station, it was about 6pm local time, and trying to find our hotel (we had no idea where we were going). As soon as we stopped at an area map (Like the ones you see at the ...