Funabashi City Hotel
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... rented car we stopped by two waterfalls. The Eniwa fall was big, empty and hard to get to; you practically had to climb a mountain. Totally woth it though; fantastic wiev and utter and complete silence. The falls accually didn't sound that much - there was a water dem. The other waterfall wasn't quite as quiet - no dems loosened up the roaring of the waters to maximum value. I forgot the name of that waterfall though... XD. It had parking ...
... almonds and drinks for the trip. There aren't a lot of passengers in our car, so we each pick a window seat. The stretch to Fukushima is on the regular tracks and the Shinkansen isn't going as fast as it can. Pretty scenery, lush woods and rice paddies. You always see people working on the rice fields. Sometimes there are houses, small shrines or cemeteries in the middle of a rice paddy, protected from the water by a small dike. Lots of homeowners, even those with tiny ...
... and as such is inhabited by a spirit.
Finally, with a fair amount of navigational help from the locals and after sharing a sweet bun with ice cream in the center (which was awesome) we managed to find the sushi restaurant we sought. The place is called - Uoriki Kaisen Sushi - and it was in the first floor basement of the Tokyu department store. It turns out the trick to finding this sushi restaurant is first learning that there are several department stores ...
... Adam did some shopping and as we where leaving we decided to ask what the game every one was using. Turns out its a game where you place chips of pokemon on the arcade console that summons them and you battle npc pokemon. How do you get the chips? capture the npc pokemon by weakening them first, when they are captured the arcade machine spits out that pokemons chip. ITS ******* AMAZING. Me and adam spent the next few hours capturing pokemon, we even got some really ...
... I'm told this tends to be a good sign when speaking of ramen).
Moved on, needed beer and more to eat. Lonely Planet guided me to a network of tiny alleys each with food bars, many of sell specialise in yakitori (skewers). Ran in, ate skewer with I think beef, drank beer, observed local populace, carried on.
On the corner of Yasukuni-dori and Shinjuku-dori I see people waiting for some kind of live music to play. I'm really hoping it's the ...
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