Travel Blogs from Kisarazu
Where to sleep?
For the record, I didn't arrange any place to stay in Tokyo, first off because it is adventurous! But, well, mainly because I don't own a credit card (this is needed to make online bookings). I had however looked up a few hostels on the internet before leaving and in the Asakusa region I set my hopes on finding one. When getting out of the subway station at Asakusa I was greeted with 36 degrees Celsius and a journalist ...
... medieval and early-modern Japan.
Yūhi Falls is a waterfall ...
... running around to locate it, the area around the station is a giant chaos of stores and rushing people. Finally, we found the elevated walkway that provides a nice view of the crossing and took some photos from up there. Then we walked to a giant shopping complex called Shibuya Hikarie that has a large selection of restaurants on several of its floors and we had some great grilled eel (unagi) there.
So we spent our first day in the most populated city on earth at DISNEYLAND! It was soooooo fun and soooooo exciting and sooooo amazing. It was the best! We were there when the park opened and were some of the last ones there when it closed (as always)! We went around the whole park and did lots of rides. We watched two ...
... for some reason. Then came a bowl of salad. I was hoping this wasn't it, but already planning how I would cope on it. But no, big fat bowl of rice and chicken and ohthankgod,firstpropermealintwodays. The sights of Asakusa are temple oriented. Somehow I didn't find the oriental religious bit as offensive as I normally do western. Novelty, perhaps, but I intellectualised it (as you do; there may be other words) by thinking that the east didn't have a religious-promoted dark ...
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2-3-9 Kazusakamatari, Kisarazu | Hotelfrom $127
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2-2-1 Shinden, Kisarazu | Hotelfrom $69
2-2-1 Oda, Kisarazu | Hotelfrom $126