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... than riding a bus. only sometimes the plane vibrate a liltle bit.
Upon reaching narita airport at 7:30 we walked about 1km i think to the arrival halls( yeps walking no aerotrain). My friends who goes to bali complain about his luggage got scratch( maybe they throw his luggage too hard) but in Msia and also japan not even a liltle line of scratch.. they handle our ...
After I arrived at Narita International Airport at 23:00, I stayed overnight in a couch of the airport. On the next day, I headed for Naritasan Shinshoji Temple. The temple is famous and popular among Japanese and I was eager to go some day. When I arrived at the temple, there were only few visitors in the temple. I felt a bit uncomfortable at first, but I enjoyed strolling in their quiet garden behind the temple ...
... happening to their habitat.
The fireworks were gorgeous, though owing to our position and the prevailing winds, the smoke sometimes obscured our view and we were unfortunately treated to regular showers of ashes. By the time it was over, we all had black smudges on our faces, in our hair, and on our clothes. And I was wearing a mainly light-coloured yukata!
We have finally landed in Narita, Tokyo (just after 9am)
By the time we arranged our JR passess it was 12am local time. We took Narita express to Shinagawa and changed to HIKARI JR straight to Nagoya (all included in the price), bloody long jurney from door to door ....fighting the jetlag!
Our hotel room in Nagoya is small, but comfy with high-tech and clever loo (if loo can be clever)
So far we had good Sake, great Eel (Hitsumabushi) prepared three different ...
... this time, and walked to the further, but much less crowded, Takasago Station. The train wasn't even full when we got on -- we were standing, but we had plenty of personal space, and got seats within a few stops. If I get a chance to go back to the Shibamata fireworks, I'll figure out how to get to the east bank of the river. There are trees along it, but far, far fewer people, and I'm sure that from the top of the slope, the view is just as good.