Nishitesu Inn Kamata
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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... taxi we went directly to a restaurant we had a reservation to. A yakitory restaurant with a Michelin star called Birdland, we were quite curious what that would be like. It was very nice indeed, as the name implies, they just use bird meat, mostly chicken. And they sure did their best to get the most out of it. When we finished and got out of the restaurant Julia was sure that the restaurant across was actually Jiro's restaurant, from the documentary "Jiro dreams of sushi". ...
... to the bus so several piggy backs and lots of complaining later they also made it successfully back to Nagano! Kyoto was our next stop via the bullet train. Kyoto is known as the walking city, so that's what we did...15km of it all on foot. We started by spotting geishas at Gion, before sampling delicacies in the market. On to the imperial palace and then the golden pavilion before hitting Fushimi shrine. No wonder Lucy was feeling exhausted and was in bed by ...
... big as our faces. I read a small sign saying "Tokyo Honey Project." This small park is a response to the threat to bees. The garden provided a beautiful environment while also serving the environment.
At the end of the day, we saw the Tokyo Skytree. We saw the Sumida Aquarium connected to the tower. Much taller than the Tokyo Tower, it was a perfect unity of the city environment and nature.
... mostly bar based seating. However, slightly to my disappointment, we we're seated at one of the few tables. The menu was fairly limited, as I understand is fairly standard in Japanese restaurants. However, what they do serve is fantastic. I opted for the pork ramen set, which seemed very reasonably priced at 880yen (£5) - so much for Japan being expensive! My main dish was a simple but delicious pork broth with noodles, toasted sesame seeds, spring onions ...
... in a chipper and excited voice. But it was super exciting to see Cinderella’s castle, Space Mountain, Thunder Mountain, and tower of terror as we approached on the train! Today we chose to go to Disneyland, rather than Disney Sea. I wasn’t quite sure what the difference was, turns out that Disney Sea was the adult park… bummer. They could make that a little more clear on their website to help guests pick what park they should attend. Oh well.