Funabashi Grand Hotel
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... in this white tunnel. It felt like the scene in Willy Wonka where they go through the tunnel with all the pictures moving. I had a few hours to wait for my next flight so I was walking around the terminal and passed a sushi restaurant. When in Japan, eat sushi. It was the best sushi I have ever had. I'm not sure if it was the past 20 hours of traveling or what but the 7ish hour flight to Singapore felt worse than the 14hour flight. ...
... in any normal city; but we are in Japan now and I don't think normal working hours apply because for the lat few days we have noticed that we see lots of what look like 'business looking people' in their suits and posh work dresses don't really cram on to the trains until about 7pm, and even 9-10pm the trains are absolutely rammed full of people. Surely all of these people every night don't go out for food until this late in their works outfits! They do all look exhausted ...
... ultra modern. In the stall is a baby seat and of course a nice Toto washlet. There is also a separate children's restroom.
As we get closer to our destination we look for the castle, but don't see it. Usually castles in Japan are built on hilltops, but not Matsumoto's castle. And finally, there it is, since it is built on a plain it looks smaller compared to a castle built on a hilltop. We park the car and then walk around the ...
... as possible. Luckily Bree and I had cubbies next to each other so we could compare notes a bit but once again this was not a leisurely meal but that didn’t matter because it was incredibly delicious. Another unique thing about Ichiran was the kaedama style that they advertised, which essentially meant that as you got about halfway through your bowl you could (for a small price) order a refill of noodles so that you never ran into the tough spot of having too ...
... issues, and the Japanese shogunate then set about building national defences, modernising their technology, and establishing both army and navy.
They sent out missions to the US and Europe to gather data about: culture, industry, education, military, social structures, and economics. The resulting modernisation, know as the Meiji Era, aka enlightenment, was very fast paced, within a decade they ...
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