Sakae Tokyu Inn
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Well today we started off early no breakfast met our tour guide just to get to the station by taxi. Caught the Shinkansen (bullet train) to Nagoya 350klms per hr took about 2 hrs fantastic had breakfast on the train which we bought before we got on. Met new guide Akiko who will be with us for 3 days. Next rapid express (120ksph) to Takayama about 2 hrs. We arrived in Takayama & went straight to our ...
... it woudl be something different. Fred saw it was green and made a comment about it being mint. One bite later his face was hilarious! A special roll is just rice and seaweed rolled around a bunch of wasabi. Tyler didn't seem as surprised since he went second but it definitely hit him too! Somehow the three of them finished the entire thing off. Overall it was a beautiful dinner and we were all surprised by the impressive amount of Japanese that Luke knew after only being in ...
... br> 12th
Another day without rain. Its warm enough not to need a jacket, so out i go to explore the back streets and am impressed with what i see. No more high rise apartment buildings, but normal looking houses, be it small, and off street parking. The street are immaculate, no litter or graffiti, no dog pooh. Really enjoyable place to walk. Beats Tokyo by a mile!
Tomorrow i am off to the east coast of Japan to a place called Toyama, by bus. The trip will take 3.5 hours
Aichi prefecture - Nagoya Castle, Nagoya known for its flat noodles,
Toyohashi (packpack & fun stuff, street lights in round bird cages,
alleys w/ bars); train, taxi, car
... Area. As of 2000, 2.27 million people lived in the city, part of Chūkyō Metropolitan Area's 8.74 million people.