Narita Kikusui Hotel
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... in was stunning, could easily imagine it being inhabited by magical creatures. The caves themselves really interesting, and one required a hard hat to climb in! It was a very hot day so the temperature difference inside was huge as natural ice forms in the caves. We also randomly saw Natalie Dormer in the woods – twice!
15th May – Studio Ghibli Museum
As big fans of Studio Ghibli, we were very excited for this! The building ...
... and longer leg to Japan. I don't particularly love flying but neither do I really dislike it but it is the fastest way to cover really large distances it's just a motorbike is a far better experience. You don't see anything or appreciate the landscape or culture in a plane, everything is so homogeneous. Didn't enjoy the second flight as much, the couple in front put their seats all the way back and went to sleep quicker than Steve Hodgson at Toro ...
... trip so far.
We hit the duty free for a few items and watched the hords of Chinese tourist invade the duty free buying everything that was not nailed down from rice cookers to boxes and boxes of chocolate. I really dont know how they were all going to get all that stuff on their plane.
We flew 13 hours over the north pole to New York's JFK airport.
For our last day in Japan we decided to do some last minute shopping. We took the subway to Shibuya. We managed by pure chance to leave the subway at the exit where the statue of Hatchiko is. For those who don't know Hatchiko is a dog that used to meet his master at Shibuya station every day. One day the man suffered a fatal brain haemorrhage and died so never returned home. For 10 years Hatchiko returned to the same ...
Well, our stay in Japan has come to a close, almost. We are packing up all of our stuff, throwing away what we don't need and getting ready for one more morning in the land of the rising sun... My question is, why does it have to rise so early. 4:00 am, even the roosters are like "screw it, we'll crow in a couple of hours!!" We spent out last day touring places that neither had been and looking for bargains. We started out in Roppongi and ...