Takenotsuka Grand Hotel
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Japan has gained the not so flattering title as being one of the most expensive place in the world. With this, most people crossed this off their bucket list and consequently missed what would have been one of the best trips of their wander life. I would like to defy this though. Armed with enough knowledge, research and budgeting skills your Japan trip will not hole your pocket.
- dont ride the Shinkansen if you plan to ...
... quite frankly that didn't bother me as i knew i would be stuck in a airplane for the next 12+ hours, land in Vancouver and after a quick breakfast with my cousin Megan I board the plane next stop Tokyo! As I try to get as much sleep as possible on the plane with no success my body on edge, I arrive in Tokyo and grab my baggage from the carousel, after a quick stamp from immigration I navigate the Airport to the train terminal. At this point I have incredible amounts ...
... br> there with a kid on a Saturday and much worse on the height of a school
break right? Bye Disney for now)
After painstakingly waiting the rain got tired and the weather is pleasant again. Of course our only option now is to go somewhere near so we decided to hop off at Asakusa.
We headed directly to Sensoji temple and Nakamise shopping street after a quick pose at the famous ...
... Shinjuku past lunchtime. I have already planed to try the kaiten sushi or that famous sushi place where freshly made sushi are placed in a conveyor belt and you pick the one you like.
There's no specific menu as you only get what is placed in the belt but according to some you can particularly order the one you like and even the most expensive sushi if you want just inform the waiter or the chef. But this would ...
... be the first person on queue on the first or last door of the train to get the perfect spot. If people are already queuing when you reach the station then just wait for the next train since they depart every few minutes.
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