Hotel Crown Hills Kimitsu
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... we headed over in that direction only to find that no such sushi place existed at this point! We started strolling around in search for a replacement. After around 15 minutes of searching we decided to head into a very narrow alley where we came across a very local sushi restaurant. They spoke no English, the menu had no English or pictures, we were in real trouble here. In Japan we have hired a wifi hotspot which is about the size of a phone and gives out a 3G signal so we ...
We all had a great sleep. We woke up and had breakfast. I had 6 and Ben had 4 pieces of toast. And then we had some cereal - 2 bowls for me and 1 for Ben. We had a big breakfast because we were so hungry, and we didn't know when we were going to get lunch...
First we went back to the shrine we walked by yesterday, but this time without our bags. We saw a traditional wedding ceremony - the one with the lady in white and the man carrying the big red umbrella. There were ...
... through the peaceful Yoyogi Park and stopped to visit the Meiji Jingu shrine. This Shinto shrine was built to honour Emperor Meiji and his wife Empress Shoken who ruled from the 1860s to 1912. They are credited with opening Japan up to the world and setting the stage for modern Japan. It is quite a large complex that includes the largest wooden torii (shrine gate) in the country.
Unfortunately it was starting to rain pretty hard by ...
Nice to see our tremor was actually an earthquake measuring 5.4 on the Richter scale.. Bigger than the one which affected Christchurch! Hopefully that will be it while we are here! At least we know that was a decent one! We had an interesting morning negotiating the subway system in Tokyo. We had our map and knew where we had to go but trying to operate the ticket machine and working out where to go on ...
... the time we finished lunch near the visitor center, Mt. Fuji was completely obscured by clouds. We were so lucky! We then traveled by bus to Hakone and took a fifteen minute boat ride on Lake Ashi. We stopped at a shop that made various items from wood found in this area. Traditional Japanese wood craftwork items were manufactured by artisans using time-honored techniques, skills and ideas that have been used for more than one hundred years and made from all ...
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