Okura Frontier Hotel Ebina
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... park long before it was recognized. Likened to Japan's version of Disney's “It's a small world” the park houses areas and shrines similar to other parts of Japan and was frequented by Tokyoites when travel to other parts of the country were restricted. If you are lucky enough to be here in the spring this is also supposedly the best place to view the cherry blossoms. The park leads out to seedy pedestrian lanes off the ...
Today we headed to Oppama to visit with our friends at Nissan. We arrived in Oppama a bit early to have lunch and get to the plant on time. We were hosted by the plant manager Takahiro-San and were give. A tour of their facility. It was a great trip to be able to compare the canton plant and the Oppama plant. One company can differ from plant to plant because of ...
... or fast, or even overly interesting, but for some reason, with 3 people on the same hovercraft speaking Japanese to other people in hovercrafts almost running into yours, while they were being as stupid as you were, it was a lot of fun.
By now it was time for the main event, the Tower of Terror. Having nicknamed it "The Tower of Kittens" and telling Angela it wasn't scary, and under no circumstances do they drop you at any point, she agreed ...
... 3 out of the 4 ropeways were closed for their annual maintenance which happens to be from 2nd Sept to the 13th Sept, including the one with the best view on Mount Fuji. FML.
So i console myself with knowledge that i'll be able to see it from the boat. yah when they said boat, what they meant was th faux pirate ship, complete with captain dressed up like a pirate captain. he obvious question is: why the hell is there a pirate ship in a lake in the mountains ...
... it was off to a lovely little restaurant for Japanese curries. Scrumptious! Before heading back to our hotel, we went to Tokyo metro station to book bus tickets out of Tokyo for the weekend. The place was massive and looked very similar to an airport. Here staff helped us to arrange the tickets easily enough and as our feet were killing us from the day, we headed back to our home for the night.
The next day, we got up early to go to Tsujiki fish market. It was a hive ...