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... of elevation gain. I had booked a one night stay at the Royal Ohruri Hotel which has obviously seen better days. I don't think it has ever been renovated since it was originally built, probably a few decades ago. I was interested in the onsen, which was marvellous, and had an amazing soak after my ride. There's nothing like scrubbing yourself clean at your stall in the big, open onsen room with a bunch of naked men around you doing the same thing and then soaking in the hot ...
... off the Fukushima coastline with a magnitude of 5.1 and that the magnitude in Fukushima prefecture was a 4.0. The Tohoku line is protected by a seismic warning system which causes trains to automatically stop if the ground acceleration or movement exceeds a certain preset limit. That warning system worked perfectly, the way it was intended :-) We arrive back in Tokyo without any further problems. There is the Ikebukuro Jazz Festival 2015 going on, there are bands playing ...
Worst hangover ever! Argh. Reaching the Narita airport was a challenge. Tokyo to Shanghai: nothing to report, I slept. Changing airport was dead easy, we only had to get a free transfer ticket from China Eastern and jump in a bus. Shanghai to Paris: nothing to report, I slept most of the way. I only had time for 1 movie (Raiponce) and food (of course!). I almost didn't get to Hamburg… I went to the wrong company ...
... one was my fave. I also tried the wasabi, which I don't like back home but love in Japan!
At 1.30am we got back to our hostel and crawled, literally, into bed.
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6. Photograph Cherry Blossom's TICK
2. Drink Sake with Salarymen TICK
3. Scream like a child on the rides at DisneySea whilst wearing Mickey Mouse ears ...
... and eateries. There are big stores too, including an Apple Store where we grab some internet access to plan our next stop: dinner. I found a nearby sushi restaurant. But not just any sushi restaurant. One where you order via touchscreen and the food is delivered via automated conveyor. The touchscreen sure in English. It's not the best sushi but the overall experience is fun. The screens allowed us to play Rock, Paper, Scissors with the computer. Beau won on his first try (of ...