Hotel Sunroute Higashi Shinjuku
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- Reduced mobility rooms
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... amongst locals who took much pleasure in explaining the food options and customs to the only foreigners in this tiny restaurant. From there we made our way by subway to the Meiji gardens. A huge, fabulous green forest/ park dedicated to one of the emperor Meiji who was responsible for opening Japan to the rest of the world and for modernising it. Within the gardens there was a ...
... it might've even made entering quicker as there would of been no ticket purchasing, which was via self service vending machines. Once inside it was soon clear to see that most of the animals within the zoo were in enclosures far too small, and the amount of people allowed into the zoo at one time was clearly too many. People were sat anywhere they could to have their lunch as the seating areas were full to the brim, this caused issue ...
... Very fun but very jerky towards the end, resulting in Sarah hitting her head on the side of the car. Then back on pirates of the Caribbean! We did plan on another go on space mountain but was closed initially and then really busy! Then it was back to Disney sea.. Tower of Terror, journey to the centre of the earth, cool little boats and the weather simulator! That was us done. We headed for our hotel near haneda airport on a lovely busy train! So much fun with the backpacks ...
... of Tokyo’.
The Tsukiji fish market, on the edge of Ginza, has a life force all of its own and is a sight to behold. Best seen in the early hours of the morning when the market is at its bustling best this hive of industry is an eye-opener.
After an hour’s walk around the market, breathing in the fish fumes, visitors are left in no doubt as to the effort and endeavour going on around them as fish of all shapes and sizes are bought and sold, sliced ...
... more ceremonial in nature then a quick spot of wrestling, although I'm sure there is a great deal of skill involved and that is a gross oversimplification!
We have to go and catch a train to our next stop, Nikko, but there is so much more we want to see in Tokyo, we can't wait to come back - it feels like you could be here for a year and not do everything you want to.
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Love Amy & Michael