Hotel Matsumotoya 1725
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... is a novelty in itself). If you ever make it out to Disney Sea in Japan, this ride is a must. Don't be fooled by the line, it goes by quickly. Afterward, me a group of fellow students decided to return to the hotel, having seen enough of this magical place for one day (I'll return someday though). It was then that the food finally acted out its vengeance, pulling me into a beast of a nap, or a "food coma." After waking up to ...
World Bazaar World Bazaar, located at the main entrance to the park, is a covered shopping arcade lined by shops and restaurants. The area is designed like an early 20th century American town and serves as the park's main shopping area where many guests stop on their way out of the park. Tomorrowland Tomorrowland explores the themes of outer space and future technologies. It is home ...
... followed us down to the 2nd basement, where we found a ramen shop of dubious character (the best kind, OBVI.). You know a restaurant is awesome when they only offer 4 items on the menu. AND those 4 items are only available via automated ticket kiosk. We inserted some cash, pressed a button with a picture of food on it, and handed our tickets to the hostess. BOOM! Only minutes later, we were gorging ourselves on piping hot pork broth ramen. Delightful. :)
... keys reset, meaning we had zero idea as to where to meet him and how to navigate the streets once we arrives at Ikebukuro station. We walked around for easily an hour with our heavy packs trying to find wifi to get the info. No such luck. Justin remembered enough bits of Bret's details to eventually locate him. From there, is was another 15 minute walk to the apartment. Oh man, I really just wanted to put my pack down by this point!
Throughout the ...
... hospitable in hosting me for a few nights in Japan. She only knew a little bit of English, so communication with her was always fun.
Alistair: Roommate and Anime enthusiast, with three prior visits to Japan under his belt,
his sound understanding of Nihongo (Japanese Language) made him the Japanese Master.
David: My other roommate who was far too tall for Japan, David was destined to hit his head on every low doorway. ...
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