- Shuttle bus service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... it was a small hiccup. As usual the Shinkansen ride was outstanding. Quiet, smooth and fast, we grabbed a few snacks for the trip and left Shinagawa at 11:10 and arrived in Shizuoka at 13:05........precisely. We found the shuttle bus that goes to the Stadium and bought a ticket. Slow old trip out there. It is in a pretty isolated area right on the coast. After about 30 mins we arrived ...
... their favourite anime. There were lots and lots of high pitched female voices spruiking from the shops and of course we didn't know what they were yelling but probably something like"cheap sale. All items reduced". We had dinner in the same place as last night but didn't over order this time. Had a great soup and noodle vegetable dish. Love it. Then to our favourite Lawsons iga where I got myself a Smirnoff And Andrew got himself a trifle and Laura a hot coco. Same as last ...
... heaven) for another bowl of that ramen I photographed a couple days ago. While slurping our noodles, we were chatted up by two elderly Japanese ladies sitting next to us (also slurping noodles). That anything of substance was communicated during this exchange is a miracle given that they knew about 3 words of English ("America," "Grand," and "Canyon"), and we know about 3 words of Japanese ("thank you" being two of them), but somehow by the time they were ...
... posh high storey flat, feasting on Takoyaki and Okonomiya, cabbage omelettes and octopus balls, both delicious, alongside a meaty curry, and some Sashimi, raw fish. We washed this down with a beer and a Sake, and looked forward to our next experience, again hopefully involving food! I have to hand it to Mochan, he has been doing this for 20 years, in his late forties now, he has the enthusiasm of a hyperactive infant, with great English to boot. He always sleeps in the bus, ...
... We went to ginza and looked at the shops and the people. The best way to describe it to s shopper is to call it the mother ship of shopping. Anything and everything is there. We even went to a condom shop called condomania. Luxury items range from hand made paper to furs and minamoto pearls. Definitely an experience. Every shop you enter, people bow and welcome you and also do that when you ...