Narita U-city Hotel
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... Which actually wasn't bad, apart from the fact it was another two hours of travelling, as you can imagine by now I just wanted to cry. I wanted a shower, some decent food and a drink, or five and some sleep.
Two hours later and I'd finally arrived in Gotemba to Adam waiting for me with his friend Damien that also works as a teacher out here. I was so relieved to have got here in one piece and with hardly any assistance. I have never been ...
... Maid cafes, AKB48 cafe and Gundam Cafe.
Mori Arts museum really good – Naruto (an anime we watch) exhibit was great, featuring original sketches and panels from the manga, and covering the story that spanned 700 chapters. Shame you couldn't take photos. Star Wars Visions exhibit stunning – so good that we bought the book at the end. Beautiful paintings. Great view from top of museum tower too – higher than Tokyo Tower but not ...
... like the trains it left exactly on time and we were in the Radisson Narita in twenty minutes. Last time we came to Japan we got a taxi from the airport which cost us the thick end of £100 so the shuttle bus was a great bonus. After checking in and do a minor unpack we went downstairs to the restaurant, Jills chicken curry was very nice but my Pad Thai was a bit tangy for me but the Kirin beer was great. We'd learnt from our last trip how tiring it is to get ...
... t open till 1pm. However, photography is not allowed inside so we didn't bother returning later.
From the church, we went looking for the Kanda Myojin Shrine. We followed the signs and entered what we thought was the shrine. It looked extremely rundown and dark. There was no one else around. We just thought that it was because this is not a tourist suburb. We followed the path down and popped up on to another main road.
From there, we looked ...
The train/metro/whateveritis I always take to Akihabara from Shibuya goes in a circle. Ikebukuro is also on this line, but isn't on the shortest way from Akiba to Shibuya, so today I'm just taking the other way and thus am going to visit Ikebukuro. I have literally no idea what there is in Ikebukuro, I only know that the characters from Durarara!! live in Ikebukuro. I'm going to find out in 21 more stops ...