Funabashi Daiichi Hotel
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... The flight to Houston was uneventful and had a few hours before boarding the 14 hour flight to Tokyo. I flew Air Nippon. The flight attendants were so friendly. They walked around with hot towels and all different types of Japanese teas. I watched one movie (Get Hard) before sleeping for several hours. Once I arrived in Tokyo I had to find my next gate. The airport is HUGE! I went down several escalators to walk on several ...
... he was brilliant entertainment for a while! Around about 4pm we went for some noodles at the noodle bar we really like in this district and went back to the hotel. Now it's just a bit of a waiting game until we leave for the hotel! I hate waiting for flights it makes me anxious, tired and fidgety! We sat in the corner away from the reception desk and charged our phones for a little bit before we made a sharp exit to the airport. We left for the airport at what should be 'rush ...
... away - phew a disaster avoided. Guesthouse owner was a delight. He was called Hada San. He was about 50 and spoke quite good English. He lived at the guesthouse with his Mother (his Father had passed away he said). The guesthouse was run by his parents but for commercial guest only that had a contract with them. Hada San had been a Nuclear engineer. Cycled around lake and went to the lake shrine. Food in evening at guesthouse (zero project guesthouse) - yummy ...
... left. Having read the reviews online we knew what to expect but it was still a little unexpected to see what is known as "exam style" ramen where everyone sits on a bar stool with little cubicle dividers put up so that it’s just you and your noodles in each area. The main goal for this is pure efficiency since by keeping you focused on your food they can get more people in and out, and with the size of the line it was clear that they were looking to get as many ...
... to understand the Japanese (somewhat revisionist) history of the late C19th and early C20th.
The museum begins by explaining the origins of national security during the Meiji Era. Japan had been enjoying a self-imposed isolation, but Western powers were systematically colonising Asia, and fleets of ships started demanding access to Japan. By about 1860 they had become increasing concerned ...
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