Kawasaki Green Plaza Hotel
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... word to anyone even at lunch I just had to take plates off the conveyer belt. I ate close to Tokyo's famous fish market, the freshest sushi you can imagine! This was whole new experience- I know we have places like it in the UK, but I've never been. Taking plates off a conveyer belt while two chefs work at an alarming speed in the middle making fresh sushi. Solely rice, wasabi and the freshest fish it was definitely out of my food comfort zone, but well worth ...
... I soak it up. A quick stop in a temple seems just so right, this modern paradox. But then, I've been too distracted to notice the Anime and Manga and everything wild around me. Equal part modern, equal part traditional, Tokyo sets the tone well for this country caught between new and old. High tech surrounds, but the backstreets provide ...
... fare - 1190 JPY
Top up for Romance car - 890 JPY
Hakone free pass ( already inclusive of regular fare)- 5140 JPY + 890 JPY for Romance car(price is based on adult seating)
For more information visit Odakyu sightseeing center located at Ground floor Odakyu Railway Shinjuku Station West Exit.
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... Tower which I found very interesting. I enjoyed the morning, the Tokyo Tower is an iconic tower in Tokyo and I knew I had to see it and a school group should to.
In the afternoon, I visited the Roppongi Hills Tokyo City View which provides Tokyo's best view over the city. I caught a bus and then walked for a little bit until I reached the building. I stayed up the top for a few hours because the view is simply breathtaking! I could see so far in the distance it ...
... 12.50 each.
We needed the walk home to let all the raw fish wiggle it's way down to our tummies.
I have to admit that this is one place I would never had experienced without having Emma's local knowledge and ability to speak and read Japanese. That's one of the benefits of staying with local people..
I don't plan to do much tomorrow, cause I need to rest up and organise my stuff for the fllight on Tuesday morning. The next blog will be from London....See you there...