Hotel Sunroute Shimbashi
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... new beard which I started to grow after we last met in Perth last year.
Andrew had only just got back from travelling to see family in Queensland so we needed to go shopping straight away to get supplies for tonight's dinner. After a quick run about through a few different shops in search of Kabocha (pumpkin), it was time for a feed. We stepped into a quiet little sushi bar for lunch, where a chef made fresh sushi in front of us, passing ...
This trip is appropriately named ..a quick taster of Japan. Congratulations to our guide who kept us together, well almost, for eight days.
I made a novice mistake, I should have booked a few extra nights in Tokyo..the trip only allows half a day, one night, which does not do justice to the city.
Simple fast train journey ...
... was new to me. Jonathon cooked dinner for us and we enjoyed a bottle of wine and got caught up. This was a much needed day for me to move into vacation mode and for Heather to get on Japan time. Great start to our trip! Now we are off to Hiroshima and what appears to be a rainy ...
... to have bad fortune on the other hand Issi is going to have the best fortune [yes it actually said "the best"]. Later in the day we took the metro (wish Canberra had one of these) to Yoyogi Park and the Meiji-jingu Shrine. The gardens were so well kept and had a very calm and tranquil feel. We finished off the day with a shopping trip in Harajuku and much to my disappointment only saw 2 Harajuku girls....and no Gwen Stefani :( We had our first Karaoke ...
... Japan's famous Shinkansen trains pass through the precinct. Sure enough, when we got outside the station, we could see a group of people all waiting on the bridge to catch a glimpse of the next train. Also, in Nippori on a clear day, it is said that you can see Mt. Fuji through the buildings. We walked up a hill in search of the mountain but we couldn't see it unfortunately. We headed back to our hotel and then had dinner in a little curry restaurant just around the corner from ...