Sun Grand Hotel Funabashi
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... the photo is all we brought. I large suitcase, 2 small carry ons and 3 backpacks. We took a hotel bus from the airport to our hotel, this added an extra hour to our journey. Our hotel appears to be in a great neighbourhood, lots of action. We are very pleased with the hotel; the kids are especially thrilled with the toilet as it has a heated seat and bidet .
... destination was Akihabara -- the electronics district of Japan. This was the most amazing part of the day - we went through huge shops and malls (up to 10 floors!) filled with electronics, video games, arcades, manga and anime. We played a ton of arcade games, including taiko drums, our favorite. After playing a couple songs, there were a couple Japanese kids our age waiting. After they got on, we saw that they were experts at the game ...
... rather than butting in line or simply attempting to overtake someone else who was being served. It took about an hour to get through the ticket desk, customs, security, and another random check points that no one was working but everyone was standing around waiting for. Eventually we were told we could go without being checked, this was of course after I had attempted to go through but was told to get back in line. I was then of course at the back of the line for everything. Haha, ...
... try them together. We did a very silly thing and went for the items we recognised early on so it got to the point where we didn't have a clue what we were eating and this is where the fun started. The texture of raw fish is something that really effects how you like something. We slowly picked our items one by one, sea urchin, salmon eggs and blowfish seaman (We would like to point out that at the time we did not know this, this information has recently been discovered by ...
... to feel like food will be more than welcome. Well, if you go to Harajuku, you should stop at the Sakura Tei. It is a really small restaurant where you can eat (and cook it yourself) Okonomiyaki. This is the kind of japanese crepe-omelette. The place was really fun, really japanese and well if you are like us and you don't know how to cook Okonomiyaki, and the instruction are in japanese you end up with something that does ...
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