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... is made without water, only using real melon juice, it has a slightly crunchy greenish outer shell and soft orange dough inside, like a real melon. Creamy filling completes the bread nicely, so it definitely has the right to be called "ultimate" melonpan!
Then we walked through Ginza, stared at the crowds and peeked into some pricey shops. Finally we reached Tokyo's famous ...
... waved good bye to Japan. To sum up, we had some great experiences, some delicious food, saw a lot of shrines, admired and photographed acres of Cherry Blossoms. The people were friendly and helpful, language not an issue. The public transport network was a dream of efficiency and comfort. All in all , an excellent ...
... to make it annoying.
Also disappointingly, the weather wasn't our friend today. While it was a fine day, there was a persistent fog, or snow, or mist, or something in the distance to the west which prevented a decent view of the mountains, most notably Fuji. Oh well. Can't win 'em all.
Skytree have a devious plot designed to extract money from suckers by offering them the opportunity to purchase a ticket to go up to a floor another 100m ...
... shape, clean, dry, good surface, and mostly very little traffic. Normally I am not embarking on something as ambitious this time of day, but with check out at 11, it was now or never. Good or bad, there were markers every 100 meters, and a post every kilometer, counting down the distance. It was a strange ride for me, there were times I felt great, other times, just terrible. The best I felt was the last 3 KM, oh well better late than never. Once at the top, it ...
train, to a furnicular to a ropeway. The ropeway was always advertised
with views of Mount Fuji, but we didn't read the fine print. You can't
see the mountain when it is very humid or cloudy!! So we got all the way
to Lake Ashi without seeing it and started to ask around.
After lunch and a paddle boat ride around the lake, we found out there
was a spot a bus ...