Kashikojima Park Hotel Michishio
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... the shinkansen. The seat backs can recline and the legs rests extend. There is a back massager although I don't think it actually does much at all. We ordered the traditional mochi which had the red bean on the outside instead of in the inside. I bought a couple of keychains from the tinkle lady as it depicts this new train and I guess, we may never go on one again.
We arrived back at Nagoya at 5.47pm and went to take a few night ...
We arrived in Toba following a short ride on the train from Ise. It was
pretty much deserted at that time and very dark, so much so that we didn’t know
if we were going in the right direction to find our hotel, but fortunately we
The next day (15 November), we had initially intended a boat trip in
the bay but as it was raining a lot we changed our plans a bit. First we headed
to the almost empty town ...
... Festival food in Japan is mostly of the deep fried or covered in chocolate variety. Lots of various meat/fish/bird on a stick, Okonomiyaki, yakisoba, things of that nature; plus the desserts: Japanese snowcones, cake ball-like things, waffle wedges on a stick with frosting and chocolate, etc. The oddity though was a fresh cucumber on a stick. What was especially strange to me (at least until I tried it at another festival) was how popular it was. Sou and Kei really wanted to eat ...
We travelled with Sam and Shoma to Shinojima and Himakajima. These are both Islands off the Chita Peninsula south of Nagoya. The islands are apparently famous for their fugu (the famous puffer fish which could kill you if it's not prepared the correct ...
... meat? dumpling, a weird chicken sandwich, a couple of beers and (fingers crossed) chocolate doughnuts for breakfast.
We asked the desk for an increase in the heat, so they pulled out a space heater. One of the desk clerks came up to our room and showed us how to turn on the heat - no thermostat, just four switches (labeled in Japanese on the in-wall alarm clock console). Ah, ...