Mercure Hotel Narita
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... and met us at a desk in the airport and took us by train to the Naritasan Temple which belongs to the Chisan Sect of Shingon Buddhism. The third guide was also a volunteer attached to the Temple so he met us there to give us the specific information about the temple. Both the male guides spoke very good English. But the female only spoke a few words but had lots of smiles. One of the males said he had taught himself English by watching 007 movies! The Naristan Temple ...
... comfortable and not getting wet. The whole way back he kept stopping to point out places of interest & tell us about the history of the Asakusa area, we have a lot of exploring to do tomorrow now! Fingers crossed the rain stops! We have been surprised at how much English writing is around and everyone we have spoken to seems to know some English, even if only a little! We were told before we left how helpful the people here are and it's very true, lucky for ...
Allright, after the weirdness from the first day, let's do some real sightseeing. Today I've been hanging out with Simon I met at the hostel yesterday. Awesome dude from Manchester. We kind of went all over the place and have done a lot of walking around. We had great weather and the cherryblossoms we're really pretty as well. Check out the ...
... total weight for each car was something less than what I estimated our total weight to be. So we spent the entire journey in fear that our cabin would shear itself from its stays and we would plummet to the ground. But it was OK in the end dear readers. We made it back to earth. After our harrowing journey we found a sushi train restaurant that was fantastic. A brilliant selection of sushi plus you could order specials from a table device ...
... fish-like pancake filled with bean jam) grilled on charcoal fire.
Had tea at Wako Annex Ginza near hotel. Wako 和光 is a traditional department store in Ginza and its tea salon is where the sophisticated Tokyoite tai tai hang out. Very expensive but the dessert is very good. I had a double chocolate tea set which is like a chocolate mousse, very smooth and great chocolate flavour but not too sweet with beautiful chocolate ganache ...