Hotel Keikyu Aburatsubo Kanchoso
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... the Robot Restaurant, but we only went for the show. I don't know how to explain it, but it was bright, loud, cool, different, well just see the pics. It is wild! They have other theme restaurants that we won't be able to make, but seem interesting like the ninja restaurant or the maid restaurant (waitresses in maid outfits calling you master, yikes!) and so on. And boy do the Japanese love sweets!! The desserts are amazing! We've been trying them too!!! The food is endless!! ...
... until 7, but could use the trolling motors, so we still got a lot of work done.
It's post late lunch and we are taking a break and headed back out to fish for a few hours before we have to be off the lake at 6.
Wrapped Lake Kawaguchiko with a great sunset and couple of fish. Headed out for dinner.
The food has been good, but there have been some questionable options.
We head back to Tokyo in the morning to do some seabass fishing ...
... scattered along the complex. Yet they only have ONE place where you can find the stamp. Choosing the wrong entrance at the wrong side of the railway track could therefore easily add an extra 500 meter of crowded halls, stairwells and escalators to the trip. Make such a mistake 10 times and it will really get annoying.
Still, I wanted to do it. With nothing more than some snacks, a pen and a brand new eki stampu-sized notebook in my ...
... and we only had one umbrella. We headed off in what we thought was the correct direction, thankfully a kind man helped us out as we were staring blankly at a map, the maps are good but still contain very little English. After three more stops, two of which were in shops then one man actually walking us for close to five minutes to the exact spot we finally made it 3 minutes late. This journey highlighted how nice the Japanese are and generally how willing they ...
... the temple we found the more direct route to the station, which didn't involve any hills at all - doh! We arrived back in Ueno just as some really dark clouds began to gather and shortly after getting back to the hotel, there was a huge thunder storm.
The rest of the afternoon and evening were spent doing laundry and blogging - I didn't take any photos!
Weather permitting, we're off to Nikko tomorrow to see the Tokugawa shrine.