R&B Hotel Otsukaeki Kitaguchi
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... got the DecabarZ special beer which had a shot glass of blue tequila inside the pint and according to the menu, must be skulled down in one shot! (He made it only halfway haha) I had a Violet flavoured and coloured gin cocktail, then Ben had a choose your own style one with pink grapefruit and vodka whilst I tried an Absinthe, Cassis and tonic potion.
Today for me the highlights were finding some gorgeous handmade items made by talented locals ...
... towards the ticket office in the city's main station conveniently named 'Tokyo'.
The train system in Japan is well know as one of the best, and the Tokyo system is the best in Japan so we had high hopes. It did not disappoint. It's the most organised and easy to use system we have ever experienced. All lines have a colour as with most cities but also a single letter, and every station on that line has a number. So for example this journey we got on at blue T16 and ...
... character! They don't only interact with their customers, they sing songs and play games at your table! The hot chocolate Claudia ordered was magic and the waitress sang a little song when she delivered it and held her hands together to shape a heart. We got desserts and they looked very cute and Disney like! you could pay to have your picture taken with one of the Maids and they would then call you up on a stage ...
... the unwritten crossing rules.
Getting home on the metro was another story. We could not figure out how to get home without seven million transfers but finally got it down to just three transfers. We had to use the symbol system again to pick our destination off of a giant list. Somehow it worked again and we made it home without taking any wrong trains or owing any extra money.
We stopped at the store to pick up dinner. Tonight we got a small sushi ...
... oldest person to climb Fuji is a Japanese man, 105 years old!
At 5th Station, we had a light lunch of corn soup---tasty and satisfying. Then, among pine forest, hit the trail, traversing to the 6th Station. From there things started up, over red, hardened lava---lava pebbles, lava steps. Lava. At each "station" was a hut or lodge where you could buy snacks, little canisters of oxygen, or pay to use the latrine. Generally there was ...