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... an all time favourite drink, filled with saline. Its the equivalent of a non alcoholic dirty martini. Bliss!
Icecream, chocolate and the occasional pair of stockings are to be had, if the desire prevails.
Elements of Japan that I thought were mythical, introduced themselves as true.
The sushi train is a standard, a serpentine automation of the freshest seafood, available. Wasabi smeared rice on different coloured plates. Noted was how refined the use of ...
... which is right near the hotel. The food was amazing. It just melted in my mouth. I decided to go for a traditional meal and have a different variety of sushi. I think that a school group would enjoy this restaurant because it is a quite large restaurant with great prices and great food. Since dinner was so good, I decided that I would get dessert also. I tried out the deep fried ice-cream and once again it was ...
... beer, wine and sake for $30 until 2am! Our whole night out was only $65!!! The biggest surprise of the night, in between heartfelt renditions of "Country Roads", " Nine to Five", "Love Will Keep Us Together" and "To Sir With Love", was a couple of brilliant solo performances by Kaz! The man can sing! To top it off, Joshy serenaded us with his beautiful dulcet tones with Mr Jones and Me, while the girls provided backup. Priceless! A sensational night for our last in ...
... tower in the world. I got told when your at the top you could see Mt Fuji on a clear day. I didn't go up because it was too expensive, plus I got told I can get just as nice view in the metropolitan government building and it's free. After taking some awesome pictures here I decided to start to walk back to my hotel because it was approaching 3pm. I briefly walked through Sumida park which was nothing special. I then crossed the river to another district ...
... places, arcades and for Manga
fans it's heaven; definitely worth checking out.
It was time to head to Mount Fuji via
the excellent Japanese rail system. The bullet trains are 16
carriages long, meaning they carry around 1600 people, and they leave
every 20 minutes or so! The journey did require 3 changes though,
each time the train was smaller and the scenery more remote. Our last
train ended up being a local two carriage ...