Hotel Vista Ebina
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- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Today was about the Ghibli Museum. This museum is based around the work of Studio Ghilbi who created the anime characters of Ponyo, the Cat Bus, Totoro, Princess Mononoke and many more. Charles and Jack are more familiar with the works than Ed and I however we really enjoyed seeing how the animation has been created over time. It is a delightful museum. This museum is so popular that tickets have to be pre bought and they are very rare. John kindly managed to get ours ...
... washing was hanging up on the balcony above us. There were about 20 tourists just stood taking photos and watching them train. It's just like a tournament only they keep practicing on one another, there were about 10 of them! They are so big! Tall and wide around the edges, how they can be for and that far I don't know! We got some udon noodle breakfast at Akihabara station and went back to the room for an hour or so to finish packing and get the last of the views from ...
... a touch screen menu is put in front of you. You pick the things you want and hit 'order'. Suddenly a small bullet train tray will spit out of the kitchen and slide to your spot. It will then stop, and you can retrieve your orders from the train. You then hit a small red button and the train retreats back into the kitchen. We grabbed dessert a few stores down at a small stand. There were these delicious treats that looked like little pancakes filled ...
... needed to get to the district known as Asakusa where a lot of the cheaper hostels are located. However, as it was 5am local time the particular lines I was meant to take hadn't even opened yet. As I stared, bamboozled by the ticket machine, despite the fact the options were in English, a ticket attendant came to my aid and told me another route to get to my destination. His English was just about ok and I thought this was probably a good sign for the rest of my Japan travels cos ...
... nice kitchen knives (the very thin, sharp type that you would use to cut sushi), and prepared street foods like dim sum buns and even sushi breakfast!
After the fish market, we took another subway to the Ginza district. Ginza is the Fifth Avenue of Tokyo. It has expensive shops like Tiffany and Morimoto lining the streets. We went into a restaurant built in the downstairs of a large shopping building. Once inside, we had to take off ...