Kichijoji Daiichi Hotel
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... some with steel fencing that just fits a micro-car. Some yard trees look like giant Bonsai. No graffiti, no untidy spots near train lines. The overriding impression is of green, which means....rain. Nagoya to Takayama 3rd train for the day. We have now been moving 17 1/2 hours. Lunch was shrink wrapped foam bento boxes from the Nagoya station. Much variety in the boxes including spaghetti Bolognese, 3 forms of ...
The reason for not using the last couple of days on my rail pass was that the weather was forecast to be lousy and I'd decided rainy days would best be spent in Tokyo. This was indeed the case but I'd forgotten most museums, galleries and the like are closed on Mondays so I'd have to find other ways to entertain myself. I started out with a visit to the Sensō-ji Temple, one of the top rated sights in Tokyo apparently. I guess I was spoilt in Kyoto. It was an average temple ...
... bread with a bit of icing). We went to Sunroute Plaza Hotel in the afternoon as that is where our Ghibli Museum Tour started. There were some people from Australia, America and possibly Canada also on our tour. Our tour guide was Haruko; she took us to Shinjuku Station and we got the train to Mitaka, where we got on a bus to the Ghibli Museum. We weren't allowed to take photos inside the museum, so I only have some photos ...
After some pictures with the robots the show wound down to an end, the girls were out again but this time hanging from ropes on a giant robot airplane which flew above us to say goodbye. This show was absolutely crazy from start to finish, we were gobsmacked when we left and couldn't believe what we had just witnessed. What a start to Tokyo!
Just when we thought our night was over (and therefore couldn't get any crazier) we stumbled across a pair ...
... and the Shinto Temple I think....
Until we see you all soon, thank you so much for coming on this little adventure with us! It's been an absolute riot writing the stories and taking the pics for all of you - I hope it was as entertaining to read and view the pics as it was to write and take them!
どうもあり ;がとうごӕ 4;いましたD! 3;mo arigatōgozaimashita,Lee & Khai