Hotel Wing International Hitachi
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... my latest obsession - Japanese potato salad. We chattered in the kitchen for ages and had a really fun time. Dinner was so delicious - we had rice, gyoza, capsicum meatball curry, fried iberico pork and chocolate cake for dessert. We then watched a funniest home videos type of show and laughed the night away. It was such a lovely evening and a perfect way to spend our last night in ...
... then headed home. We talked for hours about our works and the earthquake and so many other things. We looked at photos and reminisced. It was such a special evening and I will never forget how welcome Sayo and Nori made us feel. Their kids were adorable and were practicing their English saying "thank you". Clearly there will be no pics of karaoke as we have reached an agreement (or are blackmailing each other) not to post them ...
... the lady at the counter. I thought I was getting the "gaijin deal" of 5200 yen at first because of the way they were looking at and speaking to each other. I saw the pricing on the wall and it said the same, 5200 yen per night. I couldn't turn on the power for the room lights at first. Some things had power. Then I realized the flap on the main switch was a receiver to a plastic blade on the room key. You leave it in there. I showered and ate. Hopefully I'll have better luck ...
... All sorts of dignitaries and reporters were on hand for the unveiling.
There were all sorts of artefacts and curios from the past 160 years, including the helmet shaped decorations that used to adorn the opening of a tunnel.
We had 3 hours at the museum, 2 of which was to look around and another hour for lunch. That was probably more than enough time for me.
We retraced our steps back to Tokyo Station. ...
... a special mushroom planting drill bit. The mushroom spores are on wooden plugs, which we hammered into the holes. We watched our host go on a rampage with his backhoe to find trees for us to inoculate, knocking down what would amount to a small forest. The 1500 mushroom plugs we planted will be available to eat in two years!
We also did some other stuff like package dried sweet potatoes (they taste kind of like dates and are very good). We ...