Hotel Hokke Club Hakodate
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... past the Sea of Japan. It was certainly looking wild and woolly out there.
The weather fined up as we went along. By the time we reached Aomori at 1.35pm, it was quite sunny and hot. I shouldn't have put the long johns on or the thin fleece as well as the thick jacket. At least I could strip off in the train. The heating in the trains are ridiculously hot. However, out of the train, I had to have all the jackets on again as we had to ...
... retail store carried literally thousands of them displayed for as far as the eye could see. We came close to buying one shaped like a Faberge egg, but the words "dust-collector" came to mind, so it was not to be.
Now, we find ourselves in Tokyo with a myriad of choices for how we will spend our 5 days here. So much to see, so much to do, so little energy. But, we'll do our best, and you'll read about it in our next blog ...
... of the largest cemeteries we've seen. It goes way up the hill and the monuments and burial plots are huge. There must be millions of graves here given that cremation is the usual custom. By now it's getting on for 4.30pm and while we had intended to go back to the ship before heading up the mountain on the Ropeway we decided to abandon that idea and get back on the tram and go to the Ropeway now. It's is reputed to be one of the busiest cable cars in ...
After the impressive Nebuta festival we made a tour to the museum and the fish market which is located in the ground floor of a departement store in Aomori.
We saw impressive loads of seefood, rogues, fish, shells, and things we don't know what they are. You could even eat there, but we have had breakfast at the hotel
... in low cloud all day and it has been very windy. I got a good day, and night, to go up.
Spent Tuesday wandering the city. Hakodate was one of Japans first ports to open itself to international trade (about 1854 ) and there is quite a bit of international influence in some of the older buildings (the ones that didn't get destroyed in the 1907 fire). Nothing spectacular but interesting. ( old English Consulate building, Old Public ...