Kichijoji Tokyu Inn
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We started the day with a Japanese breakfast at the hotel. We weren't sure if there was a certain order we should eat it in, nor were we sure how to eat the soft poached egg with chopsticks! A waiter helpfully came over and showed us what to put soy sauce on, and we ended up tipping the eggs onto the rice...much easier. We walked through 新宿中央公 ;園 (Shinjuku Central Park) and there was a ...
... The subway system is separate from the JR system so we would have to buy another ticket for that. Shucks! We thought our passes would get us to the hotel without having to switch train systems. We all have full size suitcases as well as backpacks so we were not excited about dragging those thought the subway station. But that's alright! We came here for an international traveling experience so we were not going to complain!
... than the 7 train!) so it took a good 30 minutes to finish my commute. 1 hour door to door including walking, drop offs, goodbyes, trains, steps, escalators, breakfast stop. Not bad, considering my commute back home is 2 hours on a good day (except my work from home days which are the best commutes of all!).
I was warmly welcomed to my new desk with a lovely Welcome sign that the team signed, my single piece of artwork/decoration on my gray cubicle wall. ...
... the airport. The trip was quiet except for one moment where we spotted a IKEA, then everybody was like: yeah, that's right Japan, we're Swedish, woo!
After we went through the security both Louise and I realized we hadn't posted our card so we exhausted ourselves running trying to do just that. We could have just done it in Sweden but then they wouldnt have the japanese stamps!
When we got to the ...
... and headed off to find his way around Tokyo station while Annabelle took a cocktail of tablets and hid in her pod.
Our hostel was in a great location for easy access around the city and just at the top of our street there was a Subway entrance to the Bakurocho station, which was only 2 stops from Tokyo on the JR Sobu Rapid Line.
Once down in the subway Chris had a bit of a problem trying to ...