Hotel Mystays Nippori
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Well it looks like my journey has reached it’s end and what better way to conclude this chapter in my life then by spending it in Japan. This country never disappoints me. It’s my second time here and I can never get enough of it.
For me, what makes this place great is how the Japanese put so much pride into everything they do. Whether it’s how they prepare a meal, provide a service, or develop a product for sale, ...
... built, regardless of where it is on the block. This leads to things like number 1 and number 20 being next to each other as well as numbers 4 and 15. There may even be smaller streets within the block, so the building on the other side of the road could have almost the same address. I find this particularly peculiar, as the Japanese seem to have everything make sense and easily understood.
That is where I'll leave you all, the next entry will follow as soon as possible! So much to tell ...
... haha good feels.
There are many places to get food or gifts at Tokyo Disney my favourites were these mikey head shaped pastries filled with custard. they say sickening but aw man they go hard. with the gift shops there massive so many awesome things to buy. I made a custom micky ear hat with big green ears hah I was hulk mickey.
The night parade ...
... Shinjuku. We walk on to Northen Tokyo and to the huge Ueno park, which includes museums, shrines, a lake and of course, since it's April, cherry blossoms! We find out that the 'sport' of viewing and enjoying the beauty of flowers and particularly cherry blossoms, is called 'hanami' and we are just in time for the late blossoms in Tokyo (but quite on time for cherry blossoming in the Japanese Alps, where we are heading next). From this moment on, I am conscious of the ...
... long for a 3 minute ride.
With no time to fit anything else in, we waited for our Winnie the Pooh ride Fastpasses to fall due, and went on that ride. Good, but not great, and I don't know that a great deal was lost in translation. It was just a cutsie kids ride. I'm not entirely sure what all the fuss is about, and with adults waiting 90 minutes to ride, I just don't get it.
With dusk quickly rolling in, it ...