Hotel Keikyu Aburatsubo Kanchoso
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... here and we felt an earthquake. 5.3, but a baby to the locals.
I went to sleep at 5 pm, I was exhausted from all the travel and Sweden was a tough leg on sleep.
We were picked up by our local client around 830 am and we drove to our first location about 2.5 hours in the car.
I cannot imagine driving here so I am very thankful for the ride.
We are staying at the Fuji Lake Hotel for the next 2 nights.
... week I read an article somewhere that explained the concept of 'Eki Stampu', which translates as 'station stamps'. Apparently, many of the bigger stations in Japan have their own uniquely designed stamp available for tourists. You can use it by yourself with the provided ink pad, and stamp it in your notebook as a reminder/proof that you have visited it. Many historic sites also provide such stamps. And since Japan is a country full of ...
... this time a popcorn shop. The queue was down to about 15 people so we hid under an umbrella and joined in to see what the fuss was all about. The fuss was for Garrett Popcorn and the wait was well worth, the caramel cashew crunch was delicious!! After filling our bellies we walked further down in the Harajuku area popping in our heads shops as we went along. We needed some toiletries so headed into a Japanese Boots equivalent, we didn't buy anything but ...
The forecast for today was for showers, so with that in mind, we thought we'd have an easier day and go to Shinagawa, only nine stops away on the Yamanote line, to look at the graves of the 47 Ronin.
As it turned out, the morning was very warm indeed, with not a cloud in the sky as we went to the station and park to buy and eat our breakfast. That completed, we headed back to the station and on to Shinagawa.
I'm using the excuse of ...
... Kashiwa for their game against Yokohama. We met Wendy at Shibuya and off we went.
We had been to Kashiwa before, travelling there for our ACL game last year. We missed kick off by 10 mins but that didn't worry us, what was worrying us was the bloody cold wind! It was freezing cold even some of the players were wearing gloves! We had only packed light leaving the rest of our clothes back in Osaka so we were totally unprepared for this sudden cold snap ...