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... s Fairy Tale Hall. There was a long line, but this gave me time to check out the other visitors and the widely popular trinkets that they'd purchased. Lots of people had character hats or ears and there were lots of popcorn buckets around their necks. The buckets looked rather cumbersome to have to carry all day, but there were enough around that it obviously wasn't too much of a problem.
Cinderella's Fairy Tale Hall was another bust. It wasn't a ride, but rather you ...
... a toilet I saw had controls along the side. They were on an arm of the toilet. One button played music for you while you sat. The other controls were for adjusting the water temperature as it sprayed you from underneath. You can even adjust the angle you get sprayed. The Japanese are amazing in their technology. Often the bathroom light comes on when you open the door.
I will pull my curtain shut and go to sleep now.
... were not passing out BusinessFirst amenity kits. I asked for one and a FA said she’ll check to see if any were loaded. I overheard catering staffer tell a FA that we don’t have any menus. Clearly everybody doesn’t have their act together this morning for this unusual flight. United does fly daily a 777 from SEA to NRT, so this route isn’t foreign to these folks.
Jeffery Andrews, the SEA assistant general manager for ...
... with the goal of building an art museum. His collection grew to 10,000 works including 8,000 Japanese woodblock prints that were owned by someone in Paris and are now in the Tokyo National Museum's collection.
Part of his collection was shipped back to Japan. He even secured a building site for his museum in Tokyo. Then an economic crisis hit Japan as well as much of the rest of the world in 1927 and Matsukata was forced to sell ...
... but we definitely got our money worth because it covered Shinkansen, JR trains and buses
We went to a lot of places and ate a lot in Tokyo so I will only mention the highlights of Tokyo
Things we did:
Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building
We went to Asakusa in the morning and Ueno park and the National Museum in the afternoon. After lunch, we went to the TMG in Shinjuku to see the Tokyo skyline. There is two sets ...