Narita Airport Rest House
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Nothing fancy, but convenient to the airport, just minutes away by free hotel shuttle. Perfect for those with an early flight out of Narita.
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... for the goma ritual where many votive offerings are dedicated in front of the Fudo-Mayo-o and special wooden goma sticks are burnt on the alter. We were fortunate to be present for one of these rituals today. We then walked through the beautiful gardens that surround the Temple. Walking through town to the Temple brought back many happy memories of our previous trips to Japan. It was however the first time we had seen eels being filleted and placed onto skewers to be ...
... a more interesting one – it looked a bit like a 20s art deco themed room but ended up being swelteringly hot all night with noisy air-con and smelled of smoke, oh well!
25th May – Last day!
Harajuku crepes for breakfast, then visited Meji-Jingu shrine before doing some quick souvenir shopping before our train to Narita. For our last meal in Japan we found a quiet but friendly Okonomiyaki place off the main road – a fitting end to our trip!
... had, to quote Malcolm Tucker; "a to-do list longer than a f***ing Leonard Cohen song!" Walking round on my errands as a hunched over, hungover mess, brought back memories of trudging across Beijing when we missed our train to Hong Kong. I couldn't help but grin at the thought. The morning wasn't much fun, but I got through it and Kim was soon back home from work after the customary half day at the end of term and it wasn't long until we were hopping ...
... the three of us.
Today we decided to visit Tokyo Disneyland! We walked for ten minutes to get to Tokyo Station and then at 10:50am we boarded the Kensei Express bus that would specially take us, and others, to Tokyo Disneyland. The cost for children was $4.50 each and for adults it was $9.00. At 11:30 am we arrived at Disneyland and walked for 5 minutes to get to the main entrance. The price for me and my brother's ticket was $58.00 each and ...
*Dedicated to my very dear friend Wendy*
I don't know if you all know this, but...Japan is steeped in custom and tradition. Everyday I'm greeted with bows of respect, greetings from shopkeepers, and apologies for the slightest infraction of my personal space. I walk by house after house of immaculately trimmed gardens. It's a rare day to see a piece of trash on the ...