Pearl Hotel Mizonokuchi
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... It works.
The place I want to see today is a well knows Manga and Anime shop called Mandrake. When I see it indicated on the map in my book I do not notice the little arrow pointing out of the map .....
Therefore I wander around in the wrong place for 3 hours not being able to find the shop. I got to see a lot on ...
... to get from the airport to our hotel in the shinjuku district. This is a very busy and vibrant area with lots of neon lights, shops and places to eat and drink. Once we had settled into our hotel it was time to go out and get something to eat for dinner. We walked around for a little while not know where to go and what to eat, but we ended up stumbling on a place called 'the British pub'. We thought that this was an ok place to eat for our first night in ...
... worst part about leaving a hotel is the packing. Luckily this hotel had an 11am check-out time, which made things slightly less stressful. And with all of our belongings jammed in the suitcases, which are getting heavier and heavier, we bid sayonara to the permanently chronically joyful front desk staff as we handed in our card-keys, and boarded the courtesy bus for one last Disney themed ride to Maihama station.
... not so much) but can't speak or understand any, relying on a Caucasian to ask for information in Japanese on our behalf. Our train will be at 6.32am, taking just 12 minutes to reach Haneda Airport. So it will be a 5am wakeup this time.
We booked an hour long massage each after we got back, thinking the poor masseuse will have to do both of us. Two guys came and were they good!! Painful but good. Joseph's "frozen shoulder" has all but gone and looks like we'll ...
... of Mt Fuji from the top of the cable car ride and all
around the lake. The only thing we didn’t have time for was the
nearby amusement park that we hadn’t realised existed! It was an
awesome day trip anyway and the perfect way to round out our first
stint in Tokyo. Next time we’ll have to come back in July/August
and actually climb Mt Fuji! On our way back we snuck out to the ski
shop district just before they closed and bought new Salomon shoes!