Ishibashi Business Hotel
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... think another visit is on the cards for next time.
In the pictures you'll see Ben hangin with Tofu girl and piglet in the charming 'Cafe Byron Bay'. Inspired by the well known Australian alternative/surfer/holiday hotspot. The owner is a lovely Japanese girl who lived there for a year and decided to make a cafe in Asakusa Tokyo with the Aussie Coastal hippy theme, and also offers 'Melbourne style coffee' as she lived there for 3 months as well. Serves ...
... br> D'abord visite d'un site ancien, expo de pas mal de vaisselle très ancienne, souvent datant de 1600.
Un petit bout d'histoire du Japon.
Ensuite direction le parc de fleurs où devait se trouver le festival des roses... Mais je suis tard dans la saison, quasi plus de roses.
Mais le but était aussi de voir les illuminations.
Donc on mange un bout en attendant, les takoyaki sont pas mauvais, ...
After the first night in the hostel it was time to go on another side trip this time to Nikko up in the north of Japan about a hour and a half train ride away. I was only because of a conversation with a girl Ajna last night that I decided to go today as the weather was supposed to be better.
Funnily enough on the way to the station I bumped into her and Mareva her friend and we decided to go together. ...
... locations on the departure board never quite fit with the ones researched online. So I gambled and queued patiently with the locals while the train was cleaned and got on the one leaving at 8.08 hoping it was the only one leaving then. Thankfully it was! Initially the train was slow however once it had cleared Tokyo it really picked up speed. When it's value hit home was on the second local line train to nikko, where I suddenly felt every single bump in the track ...
... Nikko is up in the mountains about 120kms north of Tokyo so we felt the slight decline in temperature almost immediately. However it was a far cry from the concrete jungle of Tokyo, instead of skyscrapers we had mountains and enormous tree’s towering over us!
We only had one day to explore the area which was mainly a tourist trap due to its beautiful temples and the hiking in the area. We weren’t up for serious hiking after walking around the ...