Sunroute Shinagawa Seaside
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- Airport Transportation
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... to eat all of it and I don't regret it. Even though it was my most expensive meal thus far at 2360 yen. When I got back to the hostel I spoke with a Finnish fellow named Juho. He had just gotten there. He was a hockey fan, so we got along immediately. I showered and went down to the common area and talked again with Juho and a German fellow named Yuhel that I had met earlier at ...
... br> As this was another trip with my folks, we were on a highly inclusive tour with top shelf hotels. As a result there was a very nice taxi waiting for me upon arrival in Tokyo. I later realized the taxis in all of Japan are impeccably clean, as is mostly every thing else. Seriously coming from China to that kinda OCD cleanliness trying to find a wastebasket was nearly causing me an aneurysm.
Despite my lack of rubbish culture ...
... up for. Queue to get into airport, queue to get luggage, queue for quarantine, queue for customs and probably more I have forgotten. It was ridiculously boring, took about two hours and is not a fun way to start a holiday alone doing, but luckily I had only three hours of sleep on the plane, so my brain was not remotely awake or looking for stimulation.
Also in the airport, I picked up my WiFi adapter (essential! Free Wifi ...
... see pictures). while basically a kids place it did mark the place where the trains changed to rack and pinion (ABT) to go up the mountains. This was superceded by the shinkansen a some years ago. There a number of engines (diesel) which had simulators built in, which we did not try since all the instructions are in Japanese.
Finally we left Tokyo for two days at Nagoya, It was this day 50 years ago that the first Shinkansen commenced operation Tokyo to ...
... Shrine and showed us the cleansing ritual that is done before entering. We were fortunate to see a wedding in progress, and numerous babies had been brought to the shrine to be blessed. Our next stop was the Giant Buddah. We've seen some big buddhas before, but this one is huge and is made completely out of bronze. It stands 44 feet tall and we were able to go inside. The morning flew by and we stopped for lunch at a local restaurant and found the dishes to be reasonably ...