Grand Park Hotel EX Kisarazu
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... Tokyo Bay.
Many shops, eateries are on several internal floors. to cope with the thousands of daily visitors.. at 10:30 am the tour buses have already created mega queues.
Visit in the evening for the sunset special illumination light show and fantastic night views of the city .
Check out time from our Air BNB room means it's time for us to leave the city limits on the Narita Airport express train .. a direct service from out local ...
... this Texan has ever had.
After eating far too much at Tsukiji we made our way back to our hotel and begin to consider option 2 plans for the evening. A quick look at the weather forecast illuminated the obvious, its pretty windy today!! A few internet searches later and we had decided to go try some kiteboarding in Tokyo Bay!! The Kiteboard Japan Facebook group provided directions to one of the closer venues in Tokyo - Futtsu Beach Park - South Side. ...
... streets despite there being almost zero bins.
- Japan is not as expensive as you may have been led to believe.
- The language barrier is nowhere near as problematic as I was led to believe.
- Life revolves around the Japanese railway system.
- The hostel toilet cistern lid is actually a sink. The ball cock turns on the tap per the sink so you can wash your hands after the loo, it then keeps the used water for toilet flushing because the plug drains into the cistern, ...
for Tokyo I feel it correctly shows my view of the day.
After making my way – soaking wet, remember? – to my next hotel and
having found it I am confronted by what can be best described to seem like the
sleazy kind of American motels you see in series and films.
I decided to stay in a capsule hotel for two nights, as it was extremely
cheap and the last two days had me burning through more money than I care to
... from Tokyo+
- Drinking tea in a traditional tea house in the Hamma Rikkyu Garden and learning about tea etiquette
- Visiting Tsukiji Fish Market at 5am, where fishermen sell every type of seafood you can possibly imagine to wholesalers. I got to see how they cut the tuna, and ate the BEST sushi in a small restaurant that is part of the marketplace complex. It was so good that it didn't require a drop of soy sauce!!!!
- Eating sushi off ...