Richmond Hotel Narita
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... managed to get tickets for as a surprise for Joe, it was fantastic, we had great seats, it was pretty empty when we arrived at 12pm, however, after the intermediate sumo`s had finished and the professionals came on at 4pm it was packed! I did have a 15min nap whilst we were there though as I`m really struggling with the jet lag, I feel like I`m on nights!
Tomorrow we head to Tokyo down town!
Next stop Kyoto, Japan
... expectations were slightly dashed.
We ended the night with drinks and pork at a place in Ueno. Beer, ginger ale and Japanese whiskey, liver yakitori, bagna cauda, steamed veggies and sizzling hot plate tenderloin along with people watching and good conversation made for a great evening.
... within it, museums etc.Approaching the Toshogu Shrine was like stepping into an anime. There was nearly no one around and the atmosphere walking up the avenue of stone lanterns was mysterious and mystical in the afternoon light. Within the complex stand 48 bronze lanterns which were quite opposing, almost keeping watch on the building.
The main building itself was unfortunately undergoing maintenance and I couldn't help ...
... always had a floor of prepared foods and sometimes a grocery section. A lot of the food was ultra expensive and intended for gifts, but a decent proportion was reasonably priced and just meant for lunch. The food floor of the Mitsukoshi store was huge. I have a good sense of direction, and one of the helpful info ladies gave me a map, but I still got lost. Of course, some of that was because I was constantly distracted by food that looked both delicious and pretty.
... ended-up taking them to an izakaya because even though its a Japanese pub, they generally had a good range of food options. My dad had yaki soba, and we all shared a plate of various yaki tori skewers. I figured fried noddles and chicken on a stick were a good way to start easing into Japanese food, although my dad has been ready for sushi for weeks. I'll let them get some sleep and start bright and early tomorrow.