Mitsukaido Daichi Hotel
Travel Blogs from Joso
Capital of Japan is Tokyo.
Lauguage sponken Japonic (or Japanese-Ryukyuan)
Population is with upwards of 35 million people
Currency use Yen.
Major Religion Shinto and Japanese Buddhis.
Description of Yuhi Falls
... happening. After the first booked flight step by step we started to book more flights and places to stay (I highly recommend website www.airbnb.com to book flats and rooms which are normally cheaper than a hostel). At least we left our jobs, sold whatever we could sell on eBay, boxed the rest and sent to my home town in Poland, got all the vaccination needed, made few leaving parties and left London to go to my hometown in Poland to have a rest before the big ...
... I was able to buy a birthday present for my mum even though her birthday is some way off yet, and also some cool holograph postcards that we're planning on taking home and putting on the wall. We also went into some of the music shops in Shibuya, including a huge one called Tower Records that I think is famous. Everywhere we went there was music blasting out from somewhere on the street, and lots of brightly lit signs of course. That being said, everything is ...
... bars/boutique area. Nissan shop, Tea shop, swords shop, old bridge which we walked past a few times. Then we decided to do the "umeshu crawl" which at some point was interrupted by sake and yakitori and then some whiskey. At some point we discovered that arigoshi is peach sweet wine, not plum - it was in the bar where we listened to our own music and our own drinks. Then we've met these Japanese guys - Taka and Mei who were very friendly. Friday was not ...
... to go, how to do things, what not to do, public service announcements.
There are lots of tiny adorable things in this country: tiny people, tiny
desserts, tiny spoons, tiny bottles of soy sauce, tiny trash cans, tiny cartoon
mascots... My only complaint was the tiny hotel room with barely room to move.
(Clearly there was no Hilton in Kyoto). And the bowing… oh how I will miss the
bowing. Sigh. And I will miss the ...