Hotel Sunroute Higashi Shinjuku
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So we have been busy going to different places again over the last couple of days. We spent two nights in Nagoya which was really nice. It was a smaller city and much easier to navigate than some of the larger cities. We went to the Toyota museum in the morning to learn all about the history of Toyota and how they make their cars. Did you know …
... out to the folks at home. You are loved.
The rest of my day consisted of meeting a nice Japanese woman and scrambling to find the correct train at the JR railway station. Without having conversed with Mayu, there is no way I would have known to reserve my ticket from Narita Airport to go to Tokyo Station and activate my rail pass (Future travelers, keep this in mind!).
Barely checking in on time to the APA Hotel by the ...
... was the pretty much a 5' x 10' room with a bunk bed. I was completely overwhelmed with the size of the city. There are 3 different city subway companies that run in Tokyo, each with their own separate destinations. Why this is, I have no idea, but confusing to say the least. Thankfully, we connected with one of Philip's friends that gave us a rundown of what Tokyo is all about!
Most of the first days in Tokyo, we just wandered around. We rented bicycles and checked out ...
... very cool.
The rest of the day was spent walking around and checking out even more temples and shrines along the way. We ended up at the Tokyo Sky Tree, we wanted to head to the top to view the city at night but to our dismay, we found that tickets had to be booked well in advance. We then headed back to the hostel, had some more drinks with the same group of people, had some more fun and then eventually headed off to bed.
Coming to Japan - Best Decision ...
... destroyed in 1945. The gardens have three main themes/styles: French Formal, English Landscape, and Japanese Traditional. Apparently during Cherry Blossom season these gardens are a popular viewing spot- there are approximately 1,500 cherry trees! It was a beautiful and serene place to walk through; my only regret was that I could not spend longer there. We got back to the train station and decided to watch Fast and the Furious- Tokyo Drift while drinking ...