Hotel Villa Kuretake
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... Shinkansen "Hikari" 500. É um comboio lindo, consegui tirar uma foto da sua frente quando estava a parar na estação.
Estes primeiros 2 dias foram sobretudo uma grande quantidade de andar.
Já que chegámos bem mais tarde a Okazaki do que era suposto, e Okazaki ainda está a uma hora (de autocarro) do Aeroporto de Nagoya, não se fez grande coisa neste dia. A estação de autocarro está a uma meia hora de distância do ...
... up with Garret at the hotel and we all ended up going to a small ramen noodle place, the lady was so cute and the food was delicious. We ended up going to a karaoke bar called joy joy, there were so many of us just crammed into this tiny room. All of us were standing on the booth seats, no one was sitting, at one point the guys pants were all down when they sang walking in Memphis. We headed home around ...
... at the JR train station the tourist information staff showed me a sign saying that 200 metres up the road is another tourist information with English speaking staff. For ordering a meal in a restaurant it was crucial that they have pictures on their menu. Paying in a super market meant handing over notes with both hands, nod and smile to what they say. I basically understood nothing what they said, but I'm still convinced that it was something very polite.
After visiting the ...
On my way back from Toei, I stopped by at Horaiji. The main tourist attraction of Horaiji was the Horaiji Temple and Horaisan Toshogu Shrine complex. I paid 500 yen for parking and walked down to Horaisan Toshogu. I heard that the Toshogu shrine was one of the top three Toshogu shrines of Japan and designated as a national important cultural property, but the Toshogu shrine was extremely disappointing, compared with Nikko and Kunosan Toshogu Shrines. The ...
I had really hesitated to attend the festival for a long time before I made up my mind, because the venue was located in the countryside and very inconvenient to access. The bus from the nearest train station was infrequent and a bus transfer was also needed on the way. It was possible to drive, but I was worried about a snowfall in that season. Still, the festival looked attractive to me and I couldn't pass up the ...