Hotel Pine Hill Nishiarai
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... crispy omelettes, sausage stuffing balls and rolled, pressed and sliced crabsticks (we think!)... After lunch it was off to Asakusa. This is the site of both a Buddhist Temple (very flamboyant) and a Shinto shrine (plain and modest). But worst of all I think every tourist in Japan was there. So we left as quickly as we could. And onto the ship. Regent Seven Seas Voyager, home sweet home for the next 16 ...
... your visit between July to September as this is the off season since it's a toss between hot and rainy day. Personally i wouldn't recommend this since you will miss the pretty in pink sight of cherry blossom, the orange hue of autumn or the white capped Mt. Fuji on winter.
- from the airport never ever take a taxi or you will likely pay around P5000- 10k upon reaching your destination. Instead there's a myriad of train and ...
... I saw one in Don Quixote but the size is no better than here so regardless of the price we bought several shirts. (Must do research on this for future reference).
The number of food stalls are so drowning and enticing I end up trying every bit of food on display. After coming here you can actually skip your lunch or dinner.
for more info visit http://www.japan-guide.com/e/e3004.html
... the place I was looking for. Upon entering the restaurant the staff will lead you to your table and you can start the adventure. The table has a faucet where you can prepare a fresh green tea.
Since Gin is oddly not a fan of sushi we only picked a few interesting sushi and me not a connoisseur in sushi couldn't really tell the difference from our sushi back home. One thing i can tell though, they are definitely ...
... pretty sweet even from the outside. I'll probably go back towards the end of trip - oh well.
Ended up taking a trip to yet another museum, this time it's the Tokyo National Museum which is understandably the most legit of all Tokyo museums (so the reviews claim).
It's focused on art across Japan's history and even covers some key periods from other parts of asia.
Not much else to say, I'll let the photos do the talking.