Sakudaira Plaza 21
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Hello everyone! This is a late entry from somewhere over the Pacific Ocean. I finally got the chance to sleep! This is how it went down: Hour 3/4 I went to this bar directly across from my gate where I ordered exactly one whiskey sour. From this point, it was only a matter of time before my body went into total shut down. I made a total of 2 extra bathroom breaks and popped a Unisom before finally boarding my plane to Tokyo. My seat actually turned out to be pretty awesome; originally ...
We made it to the cruise after taking a taxi from Yokohama train station in powering rain. In fact we sheltered in the underground food cafes for a few hours first as were way to early..
This was an exercise in precise travel agent planning as the flight arrived at 6am, I knew it would be a couple of hours to the port and boarding was lunchtime. A bit risky really, I normally recommend my clients to book a nights hotel ...
... back in Japan. I've not been here since 99 I worked out. Rachelle said it was 2000 she was last here. The memory is still remarkably fresh though. It's a very friendly and safe place. The food is delicious, the culture is curious and modern, yet ancient temples are always nearby. Anyway I'm being told to get going out of this cafe and to keep exploring.
I travelled to Matsumoto with an old friend from university. On the first day of the trip, we visited Matsumoto Castle and walked around the streets of Matsumoto, tasting some local foods including basashi, sanzokuyaki and sansei, local sake. On the next day, we drove along Venus Line, stopping at Utsukushigahara Highland and Mt Kirigamine.
... for a DIY sushi buffet. Despite Josh's best efforts, we were definitely grateful for Kumiko-san's translation skills and had a lot of fun. The next day we met up with the same people to get a back stage visit to Tokyo's number 1 art university. The talent there, especially in the sculpture sides, was just depressingly good. We saw more of Tokyo and then headed to akihabara the tech and nerd part of Tokyo, it was crazy ...