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Travel Blogs from Urayasu
... likeness of the characters during rides (it was just like looking at Johnny Depp as Jack Sparrow!). Or the constant smiling and happy greetings of the staff. Overall the place is intensely cheerful. I wondered whether going as an adult is actually better 'cos you notice all those little things that kids perhaps miss.
Disneyland is a mere 1.5 hours or so away by train from Tsukuba. Which means that a lot of Tsukuba Uni students have been to DL countless times. And seeing as my ...
We decided to brave the tour busses again and headed back to do the purple tour covering the north east of the city. Again the bus tour was completely unimaginative heading out along one road, getting to the end, and then going back along the exact same route, but the area was much more lively and interesting than yesterday.
We are now starting to see the people of Tokyo. We drove through Ochanomizu into Electric City, where there are over 900 shops selling the latest gadgets, ...
... He built one
consisting of miso soup, lightly fried fish, cold buckwheat noodles, tamago (egg)
custard, sardine dumpling soup, and rice. Technically this wasn’t 100% Japanese
because they crack a raw egg on top of the rice and mix it with soy sauce. Mike
just couldn’t quite go that far. However, believe it or not, it was way better
than the Western breakfast! Granted, it didn’t sit well as it is tough to ...
... Railroad (aka Western River Railroad) out here has only one station even though it is in the park.
We arrived early at our first park which was to be Tokyo Disney Sea. This is a very unique park and the only one like it in the world. More on that later. We queued up in front of the gates about 45 minutes early like we do at every other Disney park around the world but immediately noticed something different. Rather than the ...
... the Earth.
We took off at 11am on Saturday in the U.S. and landed at 2pm on Sunday in Japan. Mike really wanted us to catch the 3:05 bus because the next one wasn't until 5:05. We figured that was impossible since we didn't even pull into the gate until 2:05pm and realized we still needed to take a tram to the main terminal. So, get this. We made it from the plane at 2:10 to the tram, ...