Sunroute Shinagawa Seaside
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... and again I start a movie- The Last Samurai that I can't finish- Its annoying that I haven’t been able to finish one of the movies I have started on my various flights.
We arrive in Tokyo at the Narita International airport – there are 2. It is the furthest one away from the city center about 1.5 hours by train! But its fast and effective and most important to 2 dirty travelers it is ...
4. Fantastic backlit maps of Tokyo during WWII firebombing - you can see gradual progression of damage throughout the city. This was a somber part of the tour but I was also glad to see that the air of presentation was kept informative and relatively unbiased.
I ended up taking it easy the past few days because my body has started to say no to all this walking (feet esp. are killing me).
You really do end up standing and ...
... convenient place for a day we had started at 3 am.
. Visiting Sukiji, the largest fish market in the world is now very different from our previous experience. In 2000, tourists did not go to the tuna auction. John and I pretended to be journalists to sneak in. Apparently, attending the tuna auction became so popular that they had to limit the entry to only 120 people per day.The auction begins at ...
After a 4 course breakfast it was off on a bullet train higher into the mountains then back down to Tokyo. Once there we to a tour of a shrine that was in another massive park. when you look at the pictures remember this is in the heart of the Tokyo CBD and not a forest. From there we just walked around the shopping area close by. Went ...
... stop, Tokyo tower and a look at the city from up high ( apparently Tokyo tower was modelled on the Eiffel Tower) what a concrete jungle housing 30 million people! Then onto Happo-en and what a surprise; an oasis in the middle of the concrete. A beautiful Japanese garden with a bonsai display(some being 500 years old) and a pond filled with giant koi (carp) just gorgeous And soooo tranquil. This was followed by a traditional tea ceremony and the ...